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Riyadh Hints at Normalization With ‘Israel’, Says It Would Bring ’Tremendous Benefit’
By Staff, Agencies
It seems that Saudi Arabia started officially hinting to normalizing with the Zionist entity, pushing its Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan to brag once again that “forging normal ties with ‘Israel’ would bring "tremendous benefit" to the Middle East.
Bin Farhan claimed in an interview with CNN that any agreement between Saudi Arabia and the Zionist entity would depend on progress towards resolving the ‘Israeli’-Palestinian ‘conflict.’
"I think normalizing ‘Israel's’ status within the region would bring tremendous benefit to the region as a whole," bin Farhan unashamedly told the channel.
"It would be extremely helpful economically and socially and from a security perspective."
Last year, the Zionist entity normalized ties with four Arab nations, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan, in accords brokered by former US President Donald Trump.
Although hailing the measures, Saudi Arabia still did not officially follow suit, despite the open relations with the occupying regime.
Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly travelled to Saudi Arabia in November for secret talks that Riyadh claimed didn’t happen.
Meanwhile, media reports indicate that talks are underway between the Zionist regime and four regional countries, including Saudi Arabia, on establishing a military pact.
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