Three-way Israel, Egypt, UAE summit on Iran nuclear deal

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett made a surprise trip to Cairo on Monday. His meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fatteh El-Sisi at Sharm el-Sheikh was later joined by United Arab Emirates ruler, Sheikh Muhammed Bin Zayed. A diplomatic source said the trilateral meeting was prearranged. The trio discussed “shared security interests in all their aspects.” All three have taken a stand against any US plan to de-list Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terrorist organization for the sake of a revived nuclear deal with Tehran. The White House in Washington stated Monday on the talks in Vienna: “We don’t yet have a nuclear agreement. We are consulting our allies, including Israel,” and added: “The President will make his decision on the basis of American interests and interests beneficial to regional security.”

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