Avi Melamed’s Comments On The Anniversary Of The Abraham Accords that appeared in the Arabic Press

Avi Melamed’s thoughts on the anniversary of the Abraham Accords that appeared in the Arabic Press.

… Avi Melamed, a former Israeli intelligence official and a senior official on Arab affairs, said: “I do not foresee the remaining GCC countries – Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, and Kuwait – officially joining the full framework of the Abraham Accords in the near future, though there is business being conducted between Israel and many of these countries.”

He believes relations between the Abraham Accord countries ”will continue and deepen in the coming years with an emphasis on the following sectors: intelligence, anti-missiles and rocket technologies, cyber as well as advanced technologies that help solve and mitigate environmental and climate challenges.”…

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Thank you to Andy Sambidge for sharing Avi’s comments on the anniversary of the Abraham Accords in the Arabian Gulf Business Insight.

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Avi Melamed’s thoughts on the anniversary of the Abraham Accords that appeared in the Arabic Press.

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