Israel and the Arab world are united by a “common interest of combating Iran,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday from Poland, where he was attending a US-sponsored Middle East peace and security conference.
“What we are doing is pushing and driving Iran from Syria,” the Israeli leader stated. “We are committed to doing this.”
“It is cold in Warsaw right now but Israel’s foreign relations are warming up, warming up for the better,” he asserted.
Earlier on Thursday, Netanyahu met in the Polish capital with Omani Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, four months after he visited Muscat.