Sudan's Transitional Military Council says its head General Abdel Fattah al Burhan and Justice Minister Abdelbari are flying to UAE, where, according to an Axios report, an agreement with Israel is on the agenda.
Sudan's transitional government, in charge since the toppling of Omar al-Bashir last year, has been pushing to get off the US list, which hinders its ability to access foreign loans to tackle an economic crisis.
Authorities in the country have declared a three-month state of emergency due to the floods which have left at least 102 people dead and destroyed or damaged tens of thousands of homes.
Nearly 100 people have died from the floods and around half a million people have been affected, with more than 100,000 houses fully or partially destroyed.
Negotiating an end to the rebellions in Sudan’s far-flung provinces has been a crucial goal for the transitional government.
Fighting in Darfur alone has left around 300,000 people dead since the rebels took up arms in 2003.
At least 90 people have died and tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed in Sudan due to heavy flooding in recent days.
Mike Pompeo, who flew to Khartoum on the historic "first official non-stop flight" from Tel Aviv, is the first US Secretary of State to visit Sudan since Condoleezza Rice went there in 2005.
The government reached a deal with rebel groups in February that all five Sudanese ICC suspects should appear before the court but PM Abdalla Hamdok had not previously publicly affirmed Sudan's position.
Over 14,000 homes were destroyed as a result of the torrential rains that have affected 17 of the 18 states across Sudan.
The two countries are suspending tripartite negotiations with Ethiopia over its multi-billion-dollar dam on the Blue Nile for more internal consultations on a new draft of filling guidelines.
The killings took place in Aboudos, some 90 kilometres south of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur province, a tribal chief has said.
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