Ambassador of Kingdom of Bahrain to United Kingdom participates in discussion held by Cambridge Middle East, North Africa Forum
The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United Kingdom, Shaikh Fawaz bin Muhammad Al Khalifa, participated in the discussion held by the Cambridge Middle East and North Africa Forum (MENAF) under the title (Principles of the Abraham Accords and Regional Cooperation), at the invitation of Ambassador Sir John Jenkins, Member of the Board of Trustees of MENAF, with the participation of the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the UK, Mansoor Abulhoul, and the Ambassador of the State of Israel to the UK, Tzipi Hotovely, in addition to a number of politicians, and researchers.
The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United Kingdom mentioned in his speech that the Abraham Accords will lead to greater cooperation between Bahrain, Israel and the countries of the region in general, and highlighted the Kingdom’s values of co-existence, tolerance and peace, which is promoted by the rich and diverse Bahraini society.
Ambassador Al Khalifa pointed out that the Kingdom of Bahrain is also distinguished from its counterparts from the Gulf countries by its Jewish citizens, who are considered to be among the contributing families to the political and economic fields in Bahrain.
He also indicated that signing the Accords provides a path to a better future for all people of the region, where everyone can finally achieve their aspirations.
The Ambassador of the UAE referred to the importance of working intensively during the coming period to strengthen cooperation and peace not only between the UAE and the State of Israel, but in the region as whole.
For her part, the Ambassador of the State of Israel to the United Kingdom, thanked the leaders of the three countries for their outlook on a permanent and comprehensive peace in the region, affirming that such relations are very important to Israel. She also reiterated the need to move forward in order to achieve peace and not pay attention to the extremist voices emanating from the parties supporting terrorism in the region.