Netanyahu says he and Abu Dhabi crown prince agree to meet soon
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli cabinet approved a normalization treaty with the United Arab Emirates on Monday, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he and Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince agreed on a phone call to meet soon.
The US-brokered "peace treaty" with the Arab Gulf country broke new diplomatic channels in the region, where there is great concern about Iran, even if the Palestinians condemned the pact as a betrayal of their pursuit of statehood in the Israeli-occupied country .
The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, tweeted Monday that he and Netanyahu had discussed strengthening bilateral ties and the prospects for peace in the region.
In an official statement that coincided with an Israeli cabinet vote approving the September 15 agreement with the United Arab Emirates, Netanyahu said he and the Crown Prince would meet "soon" and invited them to join the meeting To visit each other's countries.
(Writing by Jeffrey Heller; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
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