[Huang Peizhao, Global Times special correspondent in Egypt] Sudan will become the fourth Arab country to normalize relations with Israel? “Rumors!” According to Al Jazeera television on the 19th, Sudan’s foreign ministry dismissed Sadik, a spokesman who publicly announced his support for the normalization of relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel, and stressed that Sudan’s foreign ministry had not discussed the issue of relations with Israel, and Sadik had not been authorized to make any statement in this regard. According to the report, Sudan Foreign Ministry spokesman Sadik 18 told Sky News television Arabic channel that there was “contact for the normalization of relations” between Sudan and Israel, and stressed Sudan’s support for peace making between the United Arab Emirates and Israel and believed that the agreement between the two sides was “an encouraging and courageous step”. Sadik said the normalization of Arab Israeli relations is “more important” than the signing of the peace agreement between Egypt and Israel, which is conducive to regional and world peace. He also said normalization of relations between Sudan and Israel would be “unique” and not follow the example of the United Arab Emirates. Sudan’s acting foreign minister Omar subsequently issued a statement saying he was “shocked” by Sadik’s statements and stressed that Sadik was not authorized to make them. “The Ministry of foreign affairs of the Republic of Sudan has confirmed that it has not discussed relations with Israel in any way,” Omar said But Egypt’s “news” said Sudan was under great pressure from Arab countries and withdrew the speaker’s speech. Israel’s “Jerusalem Post” believes that Sudan’s foreign ministry’s withdrawal of its statement supporting Arab Israeli reconciliation has aroused speculation that Sudan and Israel may be “on the verge of normalization of relations”. < p > < p > < p > the Jerusalem Post reported that under the influence of the United Arab Emirates and Israel’s handshake, more countries will normalize their relations with Israel, such as Bahrain and Oman, and even some Islamic countries outside the region will break through barriers and establish diplomatic relations with Israel. Sudan is seeking to be removed from the U.S. list of supporting countries, and relations with Israel may be a way to improve its relations with the United States, the report said. Since the normalization of Arab Israeli relations on the 13th, in addition to the support of the Ministry of foreign affairs of Oman and Bahrain, Saudi foreign minister Faisal bin Farhan said for the first time on the 19th that Israel’s unilateral action “hindered the opportunity to achieve peace”, and Saudi Arabia would continue to work for peace in the Middle East according to the Arab peace initiative.