“Relations between Israel and the United Kingdom are currently at their peak. We agree on many issues and have joint projects”
To strengthen relations between Israel and the United Kingdom, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen met his British counterpart, James Cleverly, on Monday in Jerusalem. This diplomatic meeting allowed Israel to express its gratitude for the United Kingdom’s unwavering commitment to thwarting Iran’s nuclear program and for its desire to expand the circle of peace through the Abraham Accords, according to a press release from Israeli diplomacy.
Highlighting Britain’s importance as Europe’s largest trading partner, Eli Cohen urged James Cleverly to take steps to advance a free trade deal between the two nations.
“Relations between Israel and the United Kingdom are currently at their peak. We agree on many issues and we promote joint economic and technological projects together,” said Eli Cohen. “Three years after signing the Abraham Accords, we are working with our friends around the world to widen the circle of peace and normalization. Britain and Israel are united in their position on the importance of bringing an end to Iran’s nuclear program and its terrorist activities as well as its terrorist metastases in the Middle East and around the world,” he added.
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