In first, Blinken, Emirati, Bahraini, Egyptian FMs to attend Israel summit

(Worthy News) – In what will be a first for Israel, the country was poised to host a summit between US Secretary State Antony Blinken, the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt, and Foreign Minister and Prime Minister-designate Yair Lapid starting Sunday. The two-day summit, to be held at Kibbutz Sde Boker in the Negev Region, is the initiative of Lapid.

Following the summit, a Lapid initiative, Blinken will travel to Morocco and Algeria to consult with officials there on a variety of regional and international issues, including the war in Ukraine, Iran’s efforts to destabilize the region, the Abraham accords that normalized ties between Arab states and Israel, Israeli-Palestinians ties, as well as maintaining the possibility of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

At a press conference ahead of the historic summit, Blinken said he and Lapid see “eye to eye” on the need to prevent Iran from being a nuclear state. He argued the Iran nuclear deal was the most effective way to put Iran’s nuclear program “back in the box it was in.” [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]

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