Bennett Meets With Ambassadors of the UAE and Bahrain

YERUSHALAYIM -
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett with the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Israel Mohamed Al Khaja and the Ambassador of Bahrain to Israel, Khaled Al Jalahma. (Haim Zach/GPO)

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met Tuesday with the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Israel, Ambassador Mohamed Al Khaja and the Ambassador of Bahrain to Israel, Ambassador Khaled Al Jalahma, , at the Prime Minister’s Office in Yerushalayim.

At the start of the meeting, UAE Ambassador Al Khaja presented Prime Minister Bennett with an invitation from His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in the UAE, for an official visit to the UAE. Prime Minister Bennett thanked him for the invitation.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister and the Ambassadors discussed expanding ties between the countries, regional cooperation and strengthening the Abraham Accords.

Bennett: “The stronger the bond between our countries, the stronger the security and stability of the entire region.”

National Security Council Director Dr. Eyal Hulata and the Prime Minister’s Diplomatic Advisor Shimrit Meir also participated in the meeting.