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British newspaper: Israeli talks Saudi Arabia to boost economic cooperation

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British newspaper: Israeli talks Saudi Arabia to boost economic cooperation

Post by rocky on Sun Jun 18, 2017 5:20 am


British newspaper: Israeli talks Saudi Arabia to boost economic cooperation


18/06/2017


British newspaper The Times confirmed, in a new report, Saudi Arabia held diplomatic talks with the Israeli entity to establish a formal economic relations between the two parties.
The paper, citing American and Arab sources, that the relations between Riyadh and Tel Aviv will start relatively small steps, such as allowing Israeli companies to operate in the Persian Gulf region openly or allow the airline "world" Israel flew over the airspace of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, arguing that it was in the case of the establishment of these relations will represent a dramatic move about the nature of the relations between "Israel" and "Saudi Arabia" and this progress will strengthen the alliance between the two will create a change in many of the conflicts that undermine the Middle East.

Sources, the British newspaper said that the talk is part of a Saudi American initiative prepared to push forward the relations between "Israel" and the Arab countries in preparation for the agreement, "a possible peace" between Palestinians and Israelis in order to revive the Saudi peace initiative in 2002, and in preparation for the full recognition of "Israel" by all Arab countries.
The Times adds that the Israeli entity and a number of GCC countries have laid bilateral relations between them quietly in the field of security motivated by the common fear of Iran.

A Saudi delegation headed by a retired general visited Israel last year, senior Israeli officials keen to expand this alliance. Said Israeli Security Minister Avigdor Lieberman: "I think it's much better cooperation in economic issues more than the fight against terrorism." He praised the efforts to isolate Qatar.
Saudi Arabia also asked Qatar to stop its support for Hamas and the expulsion of a number of leaders of the movement, including Salah Aruri, who accused by Israel of orchestrating attacks on Israeli targets in the West Bank.
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