US President Donald Trump said that 5 other Arab countries want to sign a peace agreement with Israel, with Saudi Arabia likely to be among them soon.
The day after Sudan announced the normalization of its relations with Israel, on Friday, during a video conference with the participation of the leaders of the three countries, Trump said that “5 countries want to join the peace agreement with Israel.”
Trump added that he was sure that Saudi Arabia would join the peace agreement soon, considering also that Iran might join a similar agreement “eventually.”
Trump affirmed his rejection of Iran obtaining nuclear weapons, saying: “Whoever is cheering death to Israel cannot obtain nuclear weapons. I would like to help Iran and return it to its correct course, but it must abandon nuclear weapons.”
Trump’s announcement of the Sudan-Israel agreement came shortly after the White House announced that the US President informed Congress of his intention to remove Sudan’s designation from the list of countries sponsoring terrorism.
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