Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, the foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates, arrived in Tel Aviv to mark the two-year anniversary of repairing relations with Israel.
According to the UAE’s government, the minister was joined by a top-level economic team during the visit, which is expected to span several days.
The top diplomat of the UAE will speak with senior Israeli officials about a range of topics of mutual concern pertaining to bilateral ties and potential for Emirati-Israeli cooperation.
According to the Times of Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid will meet with the FM of the UAE before holding a press conference.
The Abraham Accords, which were negotiated by the US, allowed the UAE to reestablish relations with Israel in September 2020. Sudan, Morocco, and Bahrain all did the same.
A regional conference with the Israeli FM, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and the foreign ministers of Bahrain, Egypt, and Morocco was attended by the Emirati FM while he was in Israel in March.