UN Society and Diplomacy Review"、NGO New Media PeaceeverTV joint comprehensively reported according to the email sent by the Israeli UN delegation and the US State Department: On the 9/11-19 years anniversary of the United States, the State of Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain signed a peace agreement This is another positive peace signal between the Middle East countries after the signing of the peace agreement between the State of Israel and the UAE
In less than a month, the signing of the two Middle East peace agreements was the result of the efforts and mediation of US President Trump.Undoubtedly, this is encouraging for people who care about world peace.
Israel's ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan
New York - September 11, 2020 On Friday afternoon, Israel's ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan, spoke by phone with Bahrain's ambassador to the UN, Jamal Fares Alrowaiei. The ambassadors had a warm conversation, in which they congratulated each other on the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Bahrain, and also agreed to meet to discuss cooperation in the UN on issues of innovation and economic development for the benefit of the two countries.
Ambassador Erdan: "Expanding the circle of peace in the Middle East can lead to a change at the UN as well. We are entering a new era in which we can publicly work together on security issues and the economic prosperity of Israel and the Arab countries. Together, we will face the challenges that threaten stability in the Middle East."
According to reports： Israel's cabinet approves Gilad Erdan as ambassador to the UN and the US Outgoing minister to take over as envoy in Washington after next US president is installed,
Bahrain's ambassador to the UN, Jamal Fares Alrowaiei.
Secretary of State Pompeo
On the 19th anniversary of 9/11, we usher in a new era of peace. It’s humbling when the course of history changes seemingly overnight. In less than one month, under President Trump’s leadership, we have another historic agreement, this time between Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain. As the President laid out at the beginning of this Administration, he would strengthen America’s friendships and build new partnerships in pursuit of peace. He kept his promise. The two peace agreements open new possibilities for peace and prosperity. From my recent travels to the region, there is clear momentum for a new Middle East. I thank King Hamad and Prime Minister Netanyahu for having the courage to change the fate of nations.
We have repeatedly reported on the events organized by the State of Israel Mission at the UN headquarters Please click the picture below：
The Former Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations Ambassador Danny Danon speech
The 70th Anniversary of Israel Founding at the United Nations Headquarters