(Worthy News) – Israel and Saudi Arabia are holding talks to increase their military and intelligence cooperation over concerns about Iranian aggression in the region, according to a Bloomberg report, which notes that the United States is backing the efforts.
The first few meetings between the two nations reportedly were held before the U.S.-Gulf Cooperation Council Counterterrorism Working Group convened in Riyadh on Feb. 16. More meetings between them are expected to take place in Prague after the Munich Security Conference, which ends this Sunday.
The Bloomberg report did not provide details about increased overtures by the Israeli government, but it did claim that Riyadh is not yet ready to normalize relations with Israel. [ Source: All News Israel (Read More…) ]
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