A few days after Israel signed a historic agreement with two other Arab Gulf countries, King Salman of Saudi Arabia called for “coexistence among all ethnic groups in the region” and recognized President Trump’s Middle East diplomacy.
The oil-rich monarch told the UN General Assembly: “Peace in the Middle East is our strategic choice.” “We will spare no effort to work together to achieve a bright future, peace, stability, prosperity and coexistence among all people in the region.”
His record comments seem to indicate that Saudi Arabia has approved the recent normalization of relations between Israel and the two closest allies of the monarchy, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. However, although Trump had predicted that “many other Middle Eastern countries”
Trump said to world leaders in his speech on Tuesday: “They are coming very quickly, and they know it is good for them and good for the world.” “We intend to reach more peace agreements in the short term, and I I have never been so optimistic about the future of the region. There is no blood in the sand. Hope those days are over.”
These transactions marked a breakthrough in the historical situation of most Arab countries, many of which cited the pending Palestinian-Israeli dispute as a reason for refusing to recognize Israel as a country. Palestinian officials condemned these agreements as a “betrayal” of their cause, and Iran and Turkey have expressed their complaints.
The Saudi leader meticulously celebrated American diplomacy, which brought the dispute between Israel and Palestine into focus, in a way that was in line with the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Recep Tayyip Erdogan). The “document” for the Palestinians to sign runs counter to the claim.
The Saudi royal family said: “We support the current U.S. government’s efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East, bringing Palestinians and Israelis together at the negotiating table to reach a just and comprehensive agreement.”