Israeli Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu believed that Tel Aviv could reach new Abrahamic Accords (peace agreements).

In particular, Benjamin Netanyahu met with a delegation of 13 UN ambassadors as part of their visit to Israel and the UAE, as it was initiated by Israeli Ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan and in cooperation with the UAE Ambassador to the United Nations, Lana Nusseibeh.

Speaking to the ambassadors, Netanyahu stressed the “historic importance of the Abraham Accords and Iran’s continuous attempts to arm itself with nuclear weapons,” and spoke about the possibility of further doubling cooperation with Israel and reaching new Abraham Accords.

Source: “i24”

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