Zionist regime intelligence service wants Saudi crown prince to visit Tel Aviv
Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz wants Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit Tel Aviv.
Katz revealed his wish during an interview with a Saudi-run news website, said the minister’s spokesman, Arye Shalicar, on Wednesday.
“He said that he asks the king to invite (Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu officially to Riyadh, and he asks MBS, Mohammed bin Salman, the son, to come and visit Israel,” AFP quoted Shalicar as saying.
Katz’s request is aimed at bolstering regional peace and boosting security and economic cooperation, Shalicar added.
In recent years, there have been numerous reports of behind-the-scenes contacts between Riyadh and Tel Aviv, despite the fact that Saudi Arabia, along with other Arab League states, does not formally recognize the occupying entity.
In November, Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz revealed for the first time that Tel Aviv has had covert contacts with Saudi Arabia.