The Zionist entity will soon open a diplomatic mission in Bahrain, Israeli top diplomat announced while on an official trip to Morocco.
The statement by Israeli Alternate Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid came as he announced the imminent opening of an Israeli embassy in Morocco and the that of a Moroccan embassy in the Zionist entity.
Bahrain was the second Gulf country to normalize relations with the occupation regime, following the United Arab Emirates in the so-called Abraham Accords brokered with the help of former US president Donald Trump in August 2020.
Sudan became the third Arab country to establish relations with the Zionist entity in the framework of the Abraham Accords last October, and Morocco followed suit in December.
Until last August, the only Arab countries with diplomatic relations with Israel were Egypt and Jordan.
Both ‘Israel’ and the UAE have opened embassies in their respective countries as of June 2021.
Bahrain’s Undersecretary for Political Affairs in the Foreign Ministry Shaikh Abdullah bin Ahmed Al Khalifa traveled to the Zionist entity on Sunday for a four-day official visit.
Source: Israeli media