(September 7, 2020 / JNS) U.S. President Donald Trump told Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Sunday that he welcomed the kingdom’s decision to open its airspace to flights between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Reuters reported on Monday, quoting a White House spokesman.
They also discussed regional security issues, according to the report.
Salman told Trump that his country desires a solution to the Palestinian issue based on the Arab Peace Initiative, which was proposed the Saudis proposed in 2002, Saudi Arabia’s press agency reported on Sunday.
Senior adviser to the president Jared Kushner said in an interview published earlier this month that he believes that it is possible all the Arab League states will make peace with Israel, and that a fourth Arab country could normalize relations with Israel within “months.”
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