Israel refers to non-aggression pact with Gulf countries      

 Israeli Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz says Trump wants to have a pact with Gulf countries

Israeli Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz says Trump wants to have a pact with Gulf countries

Washington … News Time

Israel points to non-aggression and economic cooperation agreement with Gulf Arab countries in the White House, Israeli news agency News in the Middle East report of the news website. 12 were quoted as saying the move by Israeli Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz will be seen by the Gulf States signing a non-aggression and economic cooperation agreement. The US Secretary of State, who visited Israel 2 weeks ago, said that this was a great move. Yisrael Katz also spoke to US officials, saying that the goal is to sign a White House lawn with Gulf states under US President Donald Trump’s tenure. It should be noted that in November last year, Yisrael Katz announced the ‘Peace Relays’ initiative, which will allow Gulf states to join Israeli ports in the Mediterranean. They are Israel. The golf initiative was presented to former US ambassador to the Middle East Jason Greenblatt. The Israeli move aims to establish a relationship of friendship and cooperation whereby all parties have to take such steps so that war crimes, fears and aggression of any kind are not from the land of the countries involved. Countries will also be obliged to meet or support any third force or to support the alliance or not to form a military alliance. Disputes between the parties will be resolved through dialogue and negotiation.

It should be noted that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Oman have no formal relations with Israel. Nor do they recognize the Israeli state, but their relations have grown in recent years. Only two Arab countries, Jordan and Egypt, have peace agreements with Israel however, relations with other Israeli Gulf nations have improved over the past few months. About a year ago, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Sultan Qaboos in Oman. Yisrael Katz, on the other hand, said that he met with his Bahraini counterpart in July for the first time in Washington. Earlier in late June, a group of Israeli journalists attended a US-led economic conference in Bahrain on US-led peace talks between Israel and Palestine.


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