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Netanyahu Plans To Meet With MBS before March 2 Elections
By Staff, Agencies
‘Israeli’ authorities are reportedly working hard to arrange a meeting between Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman [MBS] in the kingdom, as the Tel Aviv regime is bringing out in the open its relations with several Arab countries after years of clandestine contacts.
Zionist ‘Israel Defense’ magazine, citing sources requesting anonymity, reported on Thursday that efforts are underway for such a meeting to happen in the Saudi capital city of Riyadh before the ‘Israeli’ elections, which are set for March 2.
The report added that the expected meeting falls within the ‘Israeli’ regime’s attempts to normalize relations with Arab states, which commenced in Oman and then spread to Morocco and Sudan. The attempts are apparently backed by the White House.
The magazine further highlighted that Washington wants to advance US President Donald Trump's so-called ‘deal of the century.’
The report went on to say that there is a desire among Zionist officials to promote a round of communications with Arab countries, which may help Netanyahu's election campaign.
The piece of news followed reports about General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of Sudan's ruling council, and Netanyahu recently meeting in Entebbe, Uganda. The meeting had reportedly been arranged by the United Arab Emirates.
It was only made public when Netanyahu took to Twitter to claim that an agreement had been reached with Sudan to “begin cooperation that will lead to the normalization of relations.”
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