US senators from the Abraham Accords Caucus visit Morocco

Par Hajar Kharoubi on 01/13/2023 at 12:47 p.m.

Members of the Abraham Accords Caucus, September 15, 2022.

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A delegation of American senators from the Abraham Accords Caucus will be received in Morocco this Friday, January 13, 2023. The objective? Discuss ways to strengthen the relationship between the Kingdom and Israel.

A bipartisan delegation of US senators, led by Jacky Rosen, a Democrat from Nevada, and James Lankford, a Republican from Oklahoma, also including Democrats Kristen Gillibrand from New York, Michael Bennet from Colorado and Mark Kelly from Arizona, and Republicans Dan Sullivan of Alaska and Ted Budd of North Carolina, will be in Morocco this Friday, January 13, 2023.

These senators will then fly to the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel for talks with government officials, business leaders and associations to discuss ways to strengthen the Abraham Accords, reports the press. Israeli.

“The historic Abraham Accords transformed the Middle East, paving the way for unprecedented cooperation and normalization between Israel and its Arab partners,” Senator Jacky Rosen said in a statement relayed by Times of Israel.

“My colleagues and I will continue to work with our allies in the Middle East to strengthen relations [avec Israël] across the region through common goals,” said Senator James Lankford.

The Abraham Accords Caucus was established in 2022 to seek ways to strengthen cooperation between Israel and the signatories of the Abraham Accords in several areas. “The caucus will provide a unique opportunity for world leaders to unite in our common quest to create a better, safer and more prosperous world for our children and grandchildren,” Republican Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers previously said. Washington State, in a statement to Jewish Insider.

By Hajar Kharoubi

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