Sudanese worshipers marched on the streets of the capital Khartoum on Friday, condemning a meeting of the governing council's chairman, Abdul Fattah al-Burhan, with Zionist Regime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Iran Press/Africa: Demonstrators chanted slogans such as "No to normalizing relations with Israel" voiced their opposition to any relationship between Sudan and the Zionist Regime of Israel.

During a recent visit to Uganda,  Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan, the head of the ruling sovereign council met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, sparking a wave of condemnation and protests in Sudan.

In another development, a group of Sudanese lawyers have filed a criminal case against Abdul Fattah Al-Burhan for meeting with the Zionist Prime Minister.

The Sudanese People's Congress Party issued a statement on Tuesday describing Al-Burhan's meeting with Netanyahu as disgraceful.

The party has called on the Sudanese Transitional Council to immediately distance itself from Al-Burhan, saying that the visit has defamed Sudan and its dignified positions in defending the Palestinian people.

In recent months, Israel has been working hard to expand relations with African countries.

The regime said it had allocated about $ 700 million to increase exports of Zionist companies to the African continent.

African countries have significant oil and mineral reserves, especially diamonds, uranium, and gold, which has prompted the Zionists to focus more on looting Africa's natural resources.