Segñun informes, el principe saudí, Mohammed Bin Salman, se ha reunido con el Primer Ministro israelí, Benjamin Netanyahu, en la ciudad puerto jordana de Aqaba.

En la reunión también estuvieron presentes el Jefe de Estado Mayor de Jordania, el general de brigada Mohammed Mash’al-Zayn.

Las partes discutieron principalmente las relaciones entre Arabia Saudí y Egipto después de la reciente visita del rey saudí a Egipto y sus resultados posteriores.

Salman y Netanyahu también intercambiaron puntos de vista sobre una variedad de temas, incluyendo las isas Tirán y Sanafir y la demarcación de las fronteras marítimas entre los dos países, el futuro de los Hermanos Musulmanes en Egipto y Jordania, y la firma de un acuerdo militar entre Arabia Saudita e Israel sobre el Mar Rojo, unirse en los esfuerzos para combatir el “terrorismo”, y la mejora de las relaciones económicas.

Informes desclasificados revelan que el posible desplazamiento de los palestinos en Gaza hacia Sinaí egipcio también estaban sobre la mesa.

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