Reuters reported that Jared Kushner, an advisor to former US President Donald Trump and owner of Affinity Partners, contacted Saudi Arabia to discuss “opening an investment corridor” between Riyadh and Tel Aviv.
The agency quoted the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, that Kushner wanted to work with Israeli and Gulf companies and investors to promote investment between Israel and the Gulf states, and that he had contacted Saudi Arabia to launch this corridor, “which will be a way to encourage investment between the two countries.”
The source added that Kushner hopes to invest in American and Israeli companies looking for opportunities to expand internationally in India, Africa, the Middle East and other parts of Asia.
The agency said that Kushner, while in the Trump White House, helped broker agreements between Israel on the one hand, and the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco on the other, as part of a series of steps over six months.
The source said that it is expected that the global investment company “Afinity Partners” intends to add two major partners to its ranks and seeks to raise billions of dollars in conjunction with the intensification of its activities.
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