The US Secretary of State said today, Wednesday, that the United States wants to expand the circle of countries that sign peace agreements with Israel, adding that he spoke with the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates and Israel about Syria and Iran.
And US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken revealed during a tripartite meeting with UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Israeli Yair Lapid in Washington, DC, that the United States will discuss all possible options to address the challenge posed by Iran.
The US Secretary of State stressed that time is running out regarding Iran’s return to nuclear talks.
Blinken said the United States is watching Iran’s comments closely, stressing that Washington is ready to move to “other options.”
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken considered that “normalizing relations between Arab countries and Israel will contribute to achieving stability, and US President Joe Biden emphasized the two-state solution, and we also stress the importance of peaceful coexistence in the region.”
He pointed out that “Biden stressed the two-state solution to solve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and talks with the UAE and Israel dealt with Iran, Syria and regional issues, and Emirati and Israeli companies are cooperating in several areas.”
Blinken stressed that “the path of diplomacy with Iran is the best option, and Iran must not evade its obligations under the nuclear agreement.” Middle East”.
He stressed, “We are committed to ensuring Israel’s security. Israel has the right to defend itself, and we seek to expand the scope of peace agreements in the region, and to make peace agreements inspiring to other countries.”
He revealed that “Washington does not intend to support any efforts for normalization with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.”
We do not want another Hezbollah to appear in Yemen
Meanwhile, UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan said that his country does not want another Hezbollah to appear in Yemen, declaring the UAE’s satisfaction with “our growing relationship with Israel.”
Al Nahyan announced that he would visit Israel soon, stressing that “it is not possible to talk about peace in the region in the absence of dialogue between Israel and the Palestinians.”