Israeli Negotiations with African Countries to Establish Relations
The Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations announces ongoing negotiations with African countries with the aim of establishing diplomatic relations with "Israel".
The Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan, revealed that negotiations are underway with African countries with the aim of establishing diplomatic relations between them and "Israel".
According to the Israeli Radio, Erdan expressed the desire of "Israel" to normalize relations with Saudi Arabia.
He had organized an evening gathering in New York to mark the one-year anniversary of the signing of agreements between "Israel" and UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco.
Erdan thanked the US for its role in achieving these agreements, expressing his hope that other countries in the region would join. He also discussed the issue of the Iranian nuclear program, pointing out that "moderate" countries in the Middle East must unite to confront this "dangerous" program along with other dangers.
"Israel" is not only trying to normalize its relations with Arab countries but is also working on expanding these relations throughout the world, while still benefiting from the capabilities and needs of other countries to consecrate its policies.
It is worth mentioning that more than 200 prominent African figures had launched a petition denouncing the decision of the African Union Commission to accept "Israel" as an observer member of the Union.