Abraham Deal Members Meet July, Form Military Alliance?


The Iron Beam is one of Israel’s newest air defenses that many other countries are interested in. Photo/twitter

MANAMA – Signatories to the Abraham Agreement will meet in mid-July for the second time, following the Negev summit held in March.

The Abraham Agreement is a normalization pact between Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Morocco.

The July meeting will take place in the Bahraini capital Manama and will also include participants from Jordan, Egypt and the United States (US).

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In September 2020, Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain signed a historic normalization agreement that paved the way for the establishment of relations with other Muslim countries, Sudan and Morocco.

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Since then all parties have signed a number of important economic and defense pacts.

While it remains unclear what the agenda will be, Yusuf Mubarak, a Manama-based political analyst said the meeting was expected to follow up on the topics of the Negev summit and would provide an “in-depth look” on issues related to developments in Ukraine and Iran.

Regarding Ukraine, officials are expected to discuss the disruption to food and energy security triggered by the start of hostilities in the European country on February 24.