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Israel expects more Muslim nations to normalise ties after Saudi Arabia signs Abraham Accords

"Six or seven nations from Africa and Asia will join the peace deal."

by NWMNewsDesk
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Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said that “six or seven” Islamic nations are expected to sign a normalisation agreement with Tel Aviv once Saudi Arabia joins the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan in the Abraham Accords.

“I’m telling you, I have met with several officials from Muslim nations with which Israel does not share formal ties,” Israel’s top diplomat added without identifying the names of the nations.

A significant diplomatic issue with Libya was sparked less than a month ago by Cohen, whose office disclosed that then-former foreign minister of Libya, Najla Mangoush, had met with him in Rome.

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