Benjamin Netanyahu, who holds the mandate to form a government, gave an interview to the Washington Examiner.
In this interview, he remarked that one of his goals is to conclude a peace treaty with Saudi Arabia. According to Netanyahu, this agreement “will put an end to the Arab-Israeli conflict.”
“I believe we can make peace with other countries if we do that,” Netanyahu said, adding that the treaty “would expand the world around us beyond our wildest dreams.”
On the eve of Netanyahu said that Israel under his leadership will remain committed to the “Abraham Accords” and expressed the hope that the process of normalization of relations with the Arab countries will continue and a peace agreement will be reached with Saudi Arabia.