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Normalization Efforts in Israel and Saudi Arabia May Lead to Visit by Foreign Minister Cohen

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Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said he may plan to visit Saudi Arabia in the future And that at least one more Arab countries establish diplomatic relations with Israel later in 2023.

He added, “This (visit to Saudi Arabia) on No date has been set yet.” on Wednesday.

In 2020, Israel reached agreements to normalize relations with Saudi Arabia’s neighbors in the Gulf, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain and later annexed Morocco in The so-called Abraham Accords.

she has made no secret of her wish for Closer relationships with Saudi held back on Official recognition of Israel in absence of Resolution for the goals of the Palestinian state. Earlier this week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said normalization with Riyadh will be “gigantic”. stepToward Ending the Arab-Israeli Conflict.

Cohen said this year at least one more country will join The Abraham Accords, without going into detail.

he added that issue of The normalization of relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia came up During a meeting with US Republican Senator Lindsey Graham with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman this week.

“the enemy of Saudi Arabia is certainly not Israel. that it enemy Cohen said on Wednesday.

Saudi Arabia and Iran are over years of hostility after a Chinese-brokered agreement in He walks. When asked about the restoration of Relations between Riyadh and Tehran, Cohen said that such development That could bode well for Israel.

“It’s exactly that thing that could happen lead to balance of (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) moving closer to Israel.

previously on Wednesday, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Jeddah where the two discussed the situation in Occupied Palestinian Territories, Palestinian Wafa news agency reported.

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