Saudi Arabia and Israel “Very Close” To Establishing Diplomatic Ties: US State Department

We’re very close, says Matthew Miller, Spokesperson for the United States Department of State
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken with MBS
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken meets with Saudi Crown Prince. Photo: REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein/Pool


  • Pending Middle East agreement involving the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia.
  • Aims to improve relations and solve issues between Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Palestine.
  • Secretary Blinken was involved; the deal is complex but both sides committed to peace.

The Middle East will open a new chapter with the agreement that the United States is nearing.

The United States has revealed that an agreement is under process. This agreement will improve the relationship between Israel and Saudi Arabia.

Matt Miller, spokesperson of the US State Department, shared the news during the press briefing on Thursday. As per Matt, the deal is just near the completion stage. The final discussions are in process only.

As per reports, the involved parties are optimistic. They are reaching a final agreement swiftly. However, Some minor details and negotiations are still left. The discussions as stated are moving forward on “bilateral details“.

The deal is much more than to improve the diplomatic ties. The agreement aims to address the longstanding Palestinian issue as well. Though a bit is still left the US is in constant talks with Saudi Arabia.

The United States is looking forward to a comprehensive solution. The discussions align with Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s diplomatic efforts across the Arab world.

In the press briefing, Miller shared the complexity of the deal. He stated that this agreement comes with numerous critical factors.

The critical element of the deal includes

  1. Improving diplomatic ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia.
  2. Crafting a framework for Palestinians. This would include the prospect of a two-state solution.

Miller stated that all the elements of the deal are interconnected. The deal will thus be closed officially once the two parties agree upon each point.

Miller Matt also shared a positive note, assuring the audience that until now no part of the deal has been rejected by either party.

Thus the agreement until now reflects the commitment of the parties. The agreement is successfully closed will lead to peace in the region.

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