Published: 2018-11-28 12:00
Last Updated: 2018-11-28 12:56
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, considers the relationship between Tel Aviv and Arab countries not subject to peace with Palestinians, according to Maan News.
"Achieving peace with the Palestinians is a worthy goal. Progress will undoubtedly benefit our relations with the Arab countries, but it is not a guarantee of its continuation," Netanyahu said in a tweet.
"The fact is that the relations with the Arab states that were forged in the wake of the Oslo Accords were interrupted by intransigence and terrorism," Netanyahu continued.
"Our relations with moderate countries in the Arab and Muslim world are getting closer and closer, not only in secret, but also in public, as evidenced by my recent visit to the Sultanate of Oman and the visit of the Chadian President to Israel. Here lies great hope for the future and for peace”, he said in another tweet.