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Israeli minister expressed concern about the US-Saudi Arabia deal in front of Trump’s visit

Before the President Trump the two-day visit to Israel, a minister concerns Sunday expressed about the US $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia was completed over the weekend.

Yuval Steinitz, a senior Cabinet member and close confidant of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling Saudi Arabia an “enemy country” and added that the deal was “definitely something of concern to us.”

Steinitz the ” strongest middle Eastern allies, came concerns as a trump on the way to the USA. Trump the big guns in Riyadh signed called on Saturday and Sunday, for the unity between the United States and the Middle East Nations in the fight to “stamp out extremism.”

Apart from discussions about the deal with Saudi Arabia, Trump is expected that some of the most important aspects of Israeli leaders, including laying the ground for a possible peace agreement with the Palestinians. Trump is also the visit to the Holocaust memorial and the Western wall plans to take during his time in Israel.

Trump has not said how he plans to broker a peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians, as he tried the so-called “ultimate offering.” Although, senior consultant Jared Kushner and business lawyer Jason Greenblatt have been placed, is responsible to come up with some kind of plan to make an offer on the table.

White house aides have played down expectations for significant progress on the peace process, to stop while trump, casting it as more symbolic than substantive. But Trump may still need to engage, it is open to classified intelligence to Israel on the Islamic state with the Russian top-level officials, without Israeli approval.in some delicate diplomacy, following, apparently

While Netanyahu has in the past expressed support for the establishment of a Palestinian state, he was vague about this goal since Trump’s office.

A senior official who was part of the Palestinian delegation said plans to Trump, to try to make a new edition of the peace negotiations, with the aim of reaching an agreement within a year.

The Trump administration rejected a request from the Palestinians to urge an Israeli settlement freeze, but promised to sort the Problem in the peace negotiations, according to the official.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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