Israel and Bahrain will conclude a peace treaty. This was announced by U.S. President Donald Trump on Twitter September 11.
“This is the second Arab country that has reconciled with Israel in the last 30 days,” he said.
Earlier, the media reported about Bahrain’s plans to join the agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates with references to senior Israeli officials, government officials from the UAE and an unnamed representative of the Washington administration. According to them, the signing will take place in Washington on September 15, simultaneously with the signing of the first agreement.
August 13, it was reported that Israel has agreed to sign an agreement to normalize relations with the UAE.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his gratitude to Egypt, Bahrain and Oman for supporting this agreement.
Against the background of these agreements, Palestine recalled its ambassador to the UAE, considering this step as aggression against its people and disregard for their rights and sacred places.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry called the hypocritical decision of Abu Dhabi to go to an agreement with Israel.