Israel is proposing  "historic" initiative to strengthen cooperation with Gulf states

The Israeli Foreign Minister, Yisrael Katz, confirmed that Israel, with the support of the United States of America, has put forward a historic initiative to sign a non-aggression agreement with the Gulf states, in preparation for raising the level of relations between them.

"Recently, with the support of the United States, a political initiative has been put forward to sign non-aggression agreements with the Arab Gulf states," Katz said through his Twitter account.

He added: "The initiative is a historic step that will put an end to the conflict and will allow the launching of civil cooperation between Israel and the Gulf states, unless peace agreements are signed between them."

"Some Arab foreign ministers and the US special envoy to the Middle East peace negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, briefed us on the new plan during his recent visit to New York to participate in the work of the UN General Assembly."

"We pledge to continue working to strengthen Israel's position at the regional and global level," he said.

Earlier, the Israeli Channel 12, unveiled a new plan aimed at establishing friendly relations between Israel and the Gulf States and launch cooperation between them in various fields, and to provide common economic interests, and both parties are committed not to join any military or security alliances directed against each other.


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