Israeli PM, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Discuss "Strengthening Cooperation"
After signing the normalization agreement between the Emirates and "Israel", and opening their embassies in Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi, the Israeli Prime Minister is making a phone call with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi to strengthen ties between them.
Today, Friday, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett discussed with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan "the cooperation between them and ways to enhance them," according to Israeli media.
The Israeli media said that the Emirati crown prince expressed, during a phone conversation, his hope to work with "Israel" "for the sake of peace, stability, and development for the benefit of the region, all its peoples and the whole world," as he put it.
The two sides discussed "relations between the UAE and 'Israel'" in addition to several regional and international issues of common interest.
Bin Zayed expressed his appreciation to Bennett, wishing "goodness, peace, and security for all mankind," congratulating him on his new position.
It is worth noting that the UAE opened its embassy, on July 14, in Tel Aviv, in the presence of Israeli President Isaac Herzog.
The embassy opened after the Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid visited the UAE, and the Israeli embassy opened in Abu Dhabi, along with a consulate in Dubai.
The UAE ambassador to "Israel," Mohamed Al-Khaja, visited Rabbi Shalom Cohen, the leading Sephardi rabbi, last May and said, "The UAE and 'Israel' are innovative countries that can ensure a more prosperous and sustainable future for our countries and our region."