Israeli Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen says the UAE has begun to attract other Arab countries and points out that among the Arab countries that are candidates for signing a peace agreement with his country are the Gulf countries and African Arab countries.
Israeli Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen said there were Arab countries that would sign a “peace agreement” with Israel.
In an interview with the Hebrew Channel 20 tonight, Cohen said that “among the Arab countries that are candidates for signing a peace agreement with Israel are the Gulf countries and the Arab African countries, led by the Kingdom of Morocco.”
“The UAE was the beginning of attracting other Arab countries,” Cohen said, adding that “the agreement with the UAE has a security significance because together we are building a regional front against Iran,” he said.
Earlier, Cohen confirmed, there are contacts between Sudan and “Israel”.
Cohen, who visited the UAE last Monday, said “the agreement with the UAE is only the first swallow” and referred to the “historic” meeting that took place six months ago between Netanyahu and the ruler of Sudan.
He had previously said that “Israel” was confident that its rapprochement with the Arab world would become stronger, stressing that “Tel Aviv’s relations with the Arab world do not depend on peace with the Palestinians.” He also said that Tel Aviv “has a common interest with Saudi Arabia in strengthening co-operation”. “Security and economic.”
In an interview with the Saudi newspaper Elaf, Cohen called on Gulf states to “strengthen cooperation with Israel,” adding that “we in Israel and in the Gulf states, led by Saudi Arabia, have common interests and can even move forward.” in relationships. ”
On the 13th of this month, US President Donald Trump announced that a “historic peace agreement” had been reached between Israel and the UAE under US auspices on his official Twitter account, saying: “His big breakthrough today! “A historic peace deal between our two great friends.” Israel and the United Arab Emirates.