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Israeli minister receives official invitation to visit UAE

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Bulk288NAZARETH (PNIC):-The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has invited an Israeli minister for an official visit in the latest move that reveals the growing relations between Israel and Gulf states.

Israeli communications minister Ayoob Kara made this shocking announcement over Israeli military radio on Monday, according to the New Arab news website.

"This is the first time an Arab country sends an official and public invite to an Israeli minister," Qara said, adding that “the move comes amid dramatic changes in the relations between Israel and many Gulf states.”

‘Day by day, Arab states are revealing their desire to have ties with Israel," the Israeli minister affirmed.

"Many Arab officials, especially in the Gulf, are showing a desire to visit Israel very soon and are not hesitating to express support for Tel Aviv and its positions," he also said.

The minister's revelation comes days after a report that Israel's prime minister had a meeting with the Emirati and Bahraini ambassadors to the US.

The UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain are increasingly coming out in the open as allies to Israel against common enemies in the region.

 
 
 
 
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