Mohammad Bin Salman met Benjamin Netanyahu in Jordan

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Mohammad Bin Salman, the Saudi deputy crown prince met with the Zionist regime Prime Minister in Jordan. The meeting took place in the Jordanian port city of Aqaba—situated in close distance of Eilat in Occupied Palestine— , and Brig.-Gen. Mash’al Mohammed Zein, the Jordanian Chief of Staff, represented Jordan in the talks.

The main objective of the meeting was the Saudi-Egyptian relation after the Saudi monarch’s visit to Cairo and the two sides stressed the need for coherence between their respective goals in the Middle-East.

The most salient issues discussed in the meeting were:

■ The issue of Tiran and Sanafir Islands and the sign of agreement regarding the marine borders and the co-ordination with the Zionist regime

■ Development projects in the Sinai Peninsula with the aim of displacing Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip

■ The future for Muslim-Brotherhood and other Islamist groups in the Jordan and Egypt

■ Signing of a military agreement between Saudi Arabia and Israel concerning the Red Sea

■ Strengthening the mutual co-operation against the so-called “terrorism” in the Red Sea

■ The expansion of economic ties between Riyadh and Tel Aviv

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