RT published this video item, entitled “Bennett becomes first Israeli PM to visit UAE” – below is their description.
The Israeli leader made the unprecedented trip to the ally nation as both countries attempt to work through rising tensions with Iran.
PM Naftali Bennett said he is meeting with Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to discuss ‘ways to further our cooperation in a number of fields, especially strengthening our economic and commercial ties.’
The nations’ relationship was normalized last year thanks to the ‘Abraham Accords’ deal, brokered by then-President Donald Trump.
With both states at loggerheads with Tehran, it just goes to show there’s some truth in the old adage: Nothing unites like a common enemy.
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