In an interview with Israeli Ynet News, the US envoy said she is “working on making it into a reality.”
“I can’t say soon, but I can say I’m optimistic. And I can tell you that I am working on that issue with the Israeli PR in New York, and we will continue to look for opportunities,” Thomas-Greenfield said during a visit to the Zionist entity.
Thomas-Greenfield, however, did not give an update on the course of talks aimed at establishing relations between the occupation regime and Saudi Arabia.
The so-called Abraham Accords originally included the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, with the later additions of Sudan and Morocco.