US, Sudan sign accords on normalising Israel ties: embassy
"We congratulate the civilian-led transitional government on its signature today of the Abraham Accords Declaration, which will help further Sudan on its transformative path to stability, security, and economic opportunity," the embassy said on Twitter.
During the signing ceremony, Sudan's justice minister Nasr Abdelbari hailed the agreement as an "important step".
"It confirms our belief that peace strengthens relations and interests between people," he said in a video broadcast by state-run SUNA news agency.
Wednesday's signing made Sudan the third Arab country to ink the "Abraham Accords" after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain last year.
Morocco has agreed a "normalisation" with Israel that restores past relations.