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Israel is looking to US President Joe Biden’s Mideast trip next month to bolster its efforts to normalize relations with Saudi Arabia, a country with which it does not have official ties, according to Israel’s foreign minister, AP reported.

Yair Lapid spoke a day after the White House announced the whirlwind trip to Israel and the West Bank followed by a flight to Saudi Arabia. At a news conference in Jerusalem, Lapid was asked about his expectations from Biden’s expected stop in the kingdom and first said he didn’t want to “steal the show from the president’s visit.” But he said Saudi Arabia and Israel, as well as the wider Middle East, are under threat from Iran’s nuclear capabilities.

 

 

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