Israeli media announced the date of the visit of the Prime Minister of this regime to the two countries Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, which has been postponed several times so far.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to make up his first trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain in mid-February after months of delays, Israel’s 13th Television reported, citing the Times of Israel.
According to the report, Netanyahu is expected to spend one day in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, another day in Dubai and possibly a third day in Bahrain.
The purpose of Netanyahu’s visit, which will be the first official visit by the Israeli prime minister to the Arab states bordering the Persian Gulf, is to deepen the normalization agreement with the UAE and Bahrain and strengthen his position ahead of the Knesset elections in Israel (in occupied Palestine).
According to the Israel Times, Netanyahu may hope to enlist Arab leaders in a joint campaign, against the U.S. return to the Iran nuclear agreement.
Netanyahu was initially scheduled to begin his trip in November, then in December, and finally in January, but the Corona pandemic and planning problems, as well as internal political crises, delayed the visit several times.
by Basit Abbasi – CCTV