Herzog, in First Meeting With UAE Crown Prince, Calls on More Arab States to Normalize Ties With Israel

The president tells Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed that Israel 'completely supports your security requirements' following attacks by Yemen's Houthis

Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis
Jonathan Lis

President Isaac Herzog called on more countries in the Middle East to normalize ties with Israel during the first visit by an Israeli president to the United Arab Emirates, more than a year after the U.S.-brokered Abraham Accords were signed.

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