A Secret Meeting | Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu With Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman
Israeli media reports and government ministers have claimed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for historic talks with Saudi Arabia, while Netanyahu declined to comment on the news.
It is believed that the Saudi Foreign Minister has rejected these reports circulating in the media.
According to the AFP news agency, Israeli media and a minister said that Netanyahu had met with the Saudi Crown Prince.
Reports suggest that Israel and the Arab world’s most powerful country are close to establishing ties, after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed a US-brokered agreement.
Israeli state broadcasters and other media outlets reported that Netanyahu and Mossad chief Yousef Meyer Cohen, along with the US Secretary of State, met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in New York.
According to the report, Israeli government sources confirmed the meeting, requesting anonymity.
Netanyahu, on the other hand, said in response to a question at his party meeting that
I have never commented on these things and do not intend to do so
The well-known Israeli journalist Barack Rewd said that Netanyahu and the head of Mossad had gone there on the plane of Israeli businessman Audi Engel, AFP reported.
The plane took off from Israel at 8pm on Sunday for New York and returned to Israel five hours later
Reed said, referring to the flight tracker.
Earlier, Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan said in a Twitter message on the social networking site:
News of a meeting between Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Israeli officials during US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent visit is circulating in the media
He denied the meeting, saying
no such meeting took place and only US and Saudi officials were present at Mike Pompeo’s meeting with Muhammad bin Salman
Earlier, Israeli media reported that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had left for Saudi Arabia for a secret meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
While Bahrain, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to normalize relations with Israel under the Trump administration, Saudi Arabia has refused to talk about it.
To support them in the Saudi King Salman long efforts to achieve an independent state of Palestine, but analysts and some insiders believe that the 35-year-old son Willie became Prince Mohammad Salman potential peace process The idea of normalizing relationships without much progress has come to the fore.
The state had approved the use of Saudi airspace for Israeli flights to the United Arab Emirates.
The decision came as Jared Kishner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh.
The normalization of Bahrain’s relations with Israel would at least reflect the ideology of Saudi Arabia, which is dependent on the island nation of Bahrain, Riyadh.
Israel removes Saudi Arabia from quarantine list a day after Netanyahu’s ‘visit’
Following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s alleged visit to Saudi Arabia, the Israeli Ministry of Health added Saudi Arabia to its “green” list of corona viruses.
The list includes countries from which returnees do not have to live in quarantine.
According to the foreign news agency ‘AFP’, the Israeli Ministry of Health confirmed that Saudi Arabia was added to the list of safe countries a day ago, but its Benjamin Netanyahu two days before the Saudi city of Newem. He denied any involvement in the alleged visit.
This is a very simple process, which happens once every two weeks
Hezi Levy, director general of the Israeli Ministry of Health, told state broadcaster Kan.
He said that Saudi Arabia was on the previous list of red countries but now the number of patients there is decreasing so it has now been included in the green countries and it has nothing to do with anyone visiting any country.
It should be noted that the Israeli media report yesterday revealed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in New York, although there are no diplomatic relations between the two countries.
There is speculation that Saudi Arabia could be the next Arab country to normalize relations with Israel.
Israeli government sources confirmed the meeting to AFP, which was denied by the Saudi government, and Saudi Arabia has made it clear that it will not establish diplomatic relations with Israel until the Palestinian conflict is resolved. ۔
If Saudi Arabia was not included in Israel’s “green” list of corona viruses, Netanyahu and his staff would technically have to spend 14 days in quarantine on their return from Saudi Arabia.
The second country to be included in Israel’s latest list of green countries is Bahrain, which has established relations with Israel with its Gulf ally the United Arab Emirates, the third and fourth countries to do so.
On Tuesday, Benjamin Netanyahu announced talks with Bahrain’s Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa and soon accepted an invitation to pay an official visit to Bahrain.
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