In Jerusalem, Pompeo Says Iran 'Ever More Isolated' After Israel's Normalization Deals

Speaking alongside Netanyahu and Bahrain's foreign minister, U.S. secretary of state says Tehran's 'influence in waning' ■ Bahrain's al-Zayani urges Israeli-Palestinian negotiations: 'The conflict must be solved'

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that Iran’s “influence in the region is waning,” and that the regime will be “ever more isolated… until they change their ways,” citing the normalization accord between Israel and Bahrain, alongside a similar agreement with the United Arab Emirates and a joint declaration with Sudan.

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