Netanyahu: The Middle East is changing, more countries will follow Sudan

At a press conference Saturday night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said "The map of the Middle East is changing. Israel is connecting to the whole world."
His statement follows a normalization agreement with Sudan.
He also told reporters  that normalizing ties with Sudan will "be good for our pockets," implying that economic benefits will come from the agreement.
Netanyahu presented a map and showed how, thanks to Sudan normalizing ties with the Jewish State, Israeli planes could fly above that country heading to Brazil and South America on a faster route.
Netanyahu said it would "save many flying hours and so lots of money." He also pointed out that the Abraham Accords allow for a similar ease of travel for Israeli planes heading to the Far East.
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