Israeli broadcaster “Kan 11” revealed that an executive plane carrying onboard an Israeli delegation landed in Khartoum Wednesday morning, in the second visit for an Israeli delegation post the October 25th coup.
The Israeli broadcaster revealed that Linda Thomas Greenfield, The US representative at the UN, asked the Israeli authorities to intervene in the Sudan crisis and help bring the country back on the civilian led transitional track.
Kan 11 reported that the plane took off from Tel Aviv on Wednesday morning, made a quick stop in Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh before landing in Khartoum.
Meanwhile, military sources revealed, according to Al-Sharq, that the Israeli delegation is still in Khartoum, and the visit will continue until Thursday evening.
The (official) Israeli Broadcasting Corporation stated that Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz met on Tuesday evening with the US official who is on a visit to the region (ending Friday), and they discussed the crisis in Sudan together.
“The United States is pressuring Israel to form a government in Sudan and to end the military coup in the country,” Kan 11 reported.
“Greenfield called on Israel to intervene in the crisis; the second American request after US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken conveyed a similar message in his talks with Israeli officials,” it continued.
In the past weeks, Israeli media reported that Israel had made contacts with the Commander-in-Chief of the Sudanese army, and the leader of the coup regime, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.