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Gulf countries reject agreement to normalize with the occupation state

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- The occupation state of Israel received a negative response for a normalization agreement with gulf countries. Kuwait even refused to receive the agreement, reported Kuwaiti Al Jarida News website quoting high-level sources.

Al Jarida’s sources said that the state of Kuwait has refused to receive the agreement and rejected it without viewing its details.

Kuwait is a among few countries, which has been internationally supporting Palestine and Palestinians’ rights.

Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs Israel Katz had said a few days ago that he is seeking “non-aggression” agreements with Gulf states, as relations between the two sides warm against common foe Iran.

The Israeli minister, who met Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa in July, wrote on Twitter on Sunday that the aim was to eventually forge “future peace agreements with the Arabs”.

In his tweet, Katz said he discussed the “non-aggression” plan with Arab foreign ministers and US President Donald Trump’s outgoing envoy for the Middle East Jason Greenblatt during the assembly.

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