A delegation of Sudanese security officials made a secret trip to Israel, according to Arabic reports Friday.
The delegation spent two days in Israel to discuss bilateral relations, the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya network reported, without providing further details or specifying which Sudanese officials visited.
Hebrew media also cited an unspecified Arabic report that said the delegation was led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the powerful commander of the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, and also included the head of Sudan’s state-run defense manufacturer.
The reports did not say when the reported trip took place.
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