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US Will Push More Arab States To Normalize With Israel

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Friday that the US would continue to push Arab states to normalize relations with Israel. This month marked the one-year anniversary of the signing of Trump administration-brokered agreements that normalized relations with Israel and the UAE, and Bahrain, known as the Abraham Accords.

Following the UAE, Morocco also normalized with Israel. Sudan agreed with Israel to open relations, but Khartoum has been slow to establish diplomatic ties. "We will encourage more countries to follow the lead of the Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco," Blinken said during a virtual meeting with the countries’ ministers.

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