The leaders of Egypt, Israel, and UAE held a trilateral meeting on Tuesday where they focused on strengthening relations between their countries and the importance of cooperation to meet the aspirations of development and stability in the region.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hosted talks with Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and the United Arab Emirate’s Ruler Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egyptian Presidency Spokesman Bassam Radi said.
“The leaders held discussions on areas of energy, market stability, and food security,” Radi added.
Israeli Prime Minister’s Office in a statement also said that the leaders discussed the ties between the countries in the context of recent developments in the world and in the region, as well as ways to strengthen them at all levels.
Meanwhile, the office of the UAE crown prince said that the strengthening of coordination between the “three nations, the promotion of prosperity, and stability in the region” were core topics of the discussions between the leaders.
Meanwhile, several Israeli media outlets reported that the three leaders were also discussing reports that Iran and Western powers are close to a deal to revive the 2015 nuclear accord.
Bennett is vehemently opposed to the pact between Israel’s arch-foe Iran and world powers.
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