The Sudanese interim government has been reportedly been “sharply divided” over possible normalization of ties with Israel, according to the Associated Press on Sunday, even amid pressure from the United States to do so.

The push by the Trump administration for official diplomatic ties between Israel and Sudan comes in the aftermath of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain normalizing ties with Israel.

Sudan cannot receive foreign aid until it is removed from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.

The Sudanese military overthrew the 10-year dictatorship of former leader Omar al-Bashir in April 2019. A mixed military-civilian government currently rules the country until possible elections in 2022.