Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan have discussed the possibility of Israel-Saudi Arabia relations.
According to a Bloomberg report, Israel and the United States have discussed ways to normalize Israel-Saudi relations.
According to US media, Netanyahu wants to increase Relations with Israel in the region to counter Iran, while US-Israel efforts to stop Iran’s nuclear program were also discussed.
“In their talks, Netanyahu and Sullivan discussed measures to deepen the Abraham Accords and expand the cycle of peace, with an emphasis on a breakthrough with Saudi,” the Israeli leader’s office said in a statement.
According to the statement, Netanyahu thanked his American visitor for President Joe Biden’s resolve to stop Tehran from gaining nuclear weapons.
“I am convinced that by working together we can both meet the challenges and realize the opportunities. That’s something that bolsters our extraordinary alliance but also can change the region and change history,” the Israeli PM said.
According to Sullivan, America’s support for Israel is unwavering, and it’s a support that’s built-in shared history, interests, and values.
“We have to talk about both the challenges but also the real opportunities that our two countries have to work towards a better future,” he added.