Israel-Bahrain Normalization of Diplomatic Relations President Trump Emphasis on Results September 12 12:34
Israel and Bahrain in the Middle East, which had been at odds for many years, agreed to normalize diplomatic relations through U.S. mediation. President Trump is expected to have a signing ceremony in Washington, the capital, next week, with the aim of appealing diplomatic results before the autumn presidential election.
President Trump announced today that Israel and Bahrain, which have been at odds for years through U.S. mediation, have agreed to normalize diplomatic relations.
The Trump administration also brokered an agreement last month on normalization of diplomatic relations between Israel and the UAE-United Arab Emirates.
On this, President Trump said, “In the past 72 years, there have been two countries that have signed peace treaties with Israel. We have reached two agreements in the last month,” he said, stressing diplomatic achievements.
President Trump’s efforts to improve relations between Israel and the Arab countries are seen as the existence of Christian evangelicals, his base of support.
This is because normalization of diplomatic relations with the opposing Arab countries will improve Israel’s security and help keep the support of evangelicals who value support for Israel.
President Trump is expected to invite representatives from three countries to Washington, the capital, to sign the agreement this month, with the aim of appealing diplomatic results ahead of the autumn presidential election.
In addition, even if we aim to achieve peace in the Middle East, which we call the “ultimate deal,” we would like to draw concessions on the Palestinian side by moving forward with improving relations between Arab countries and Israel, which have supported the Palestinian side.