Trump’s miraculous peace has a life of its own despite the Dwemocrat’s hatred of the Jews and peace
President Trump’s Abraham Accords are producing miracles on a near daily basis. It’s incredible. Imagine what could have been if President Trump remained in office. Today, the Biden Administration has no interest in expanding the Abraham Accords. Instead, they are moving at lightening speed to re-enter the JCPOA. An agreement that guarantees war in the Middle East. It’s a tragedy.
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Regional cooperation is key to success. An important summit last Friday between the Foreign Ministers of Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Cyprus and Greece. The goal: promoting development and ensuring stability. pic.twitter.com/rXIpP4Pn0Y
— Alon Ushpiz (@AlonUshpiz) April 20, 2021
Economic prosperity and regional stability should be based not only on one's own capabilities. There is a big merit in partnerships. https://t.co/mkcGl6PdaI
— Alon Ushpiz (@AlonUshpiz) April 18, 2021
Cyprus hosts UAE-Israel-Greece meeting in ‘changing’ Mideast
By The New Arab, April 24, 2021
“This new strategic membership stretches from the shores of the Arabian Gulf” to the Mediterranean and Europe, Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi told a news conference in the coastal resort city of Paphos.
Standing alongside Anwar Gargash, advisor to Emirati President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed, he said their encounter was a sign of “the changing face of the Middle East”.
He called for a “strategic partnership in energy between the Eastern Med and the Gulf”, following last year’s historic normalisation of ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.
Gargash said ties with the Jewish state amounted to an “alternative strategic view” aimed at bolstering regional security, adding that the Paphos talks covered economic and political cooperation, as well as “using technology to fight Covid”.
The Cypriot and Greek foreign ministers, unmasked before a backdrop of the Mediterranean, both stressed the new regional grouping was open to all parties.
“The path is open for all countries of the region to join us,” said host Nikos Christodoulides, without a direct mention of Turkey, whose troops occupy the northern third of Cyprus and which is in dispute with Nicosia and Athens over gas deposits in the eastern Mediterranean.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, who has visited both Turkey and Libya over the past week, stressed calls for “the withdrawal of all foreign forces” from the North African country, where Turkish troops are posted.
On Iran and its controversial nuclear programme, Ashkenazi reiterated that Israel would “do whatever it takes to prevent this radical and anti-Semitic regime from acquiring nuclear weapons”.
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