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Israeli PM Netanyahu cancels UAE visit


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at the moment has been cancelled.

In a written assertion from the Prime Ministry Press Workplace, the “coordination problem” between Amman and Tel Aviv administrations was cited as the rationale for the cancellation of the visit, concerning using Jordanian airspace by the aircraft that may carry Netanyahu.

AIRSPACE PERMIT IS LATE

Within the assertion, it was said that Jordan gave permission to make use of its airspace to the aircraft that might later carry the Israeli Prime Minister, however as a result of the permission was late, Netanyahu and UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan agreed to set a brand new date for the assembly.

In line with native media studies, the Amman administration allowed Netanyahu’s aircraft to make use of its airspace, as Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah’s visit to Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem was canceled attributable to a disagreement with the Israeli safety authorities. didn’t.

ABU DHABI VISIT FAILED

Netanyahu would make an official visit to Abu Dhabi for the primary time after the normalization settlement signed between Israel and the UAE in September 2020.

It was noteworthy that the Israeli Prime Minister can pay an official visit to the UAE, days earlier than the early elections to be held on March 23.

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