Saudi Arabian and Israeli interest in containing Iran have increasingly converged with both viewing Tehran as a main threat [File: The Associated Press]
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister has denied media reports of a possible meeting between Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, amid speculation about normalising ties between Gulf Arab states and Israel.
“There is no meeting planned between Saudi Arabia and Israel,” Prince Faisal bin Farhan told Saudi-owned Al Arabiya English website on Thursday in response to reports in Israeli media.
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