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Israeli, Arab summit seeks 'new regional architecture' against Iran

Washington's top diplomat reassured Arab allies and Israel that the US would continue to work with them to confront threats posed by Iran and its proxy militias.
Negev Summit

Israel’s Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said today’s Middle East summit would become an annual fixture of dialogue between Israel and Arab states as they seek to build “a new regional architecture” to deter “common enemies,” chief among them Iran.

Lapid met with his counterparts from the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Egypt for the forum, which was held in Israel’s southern Negev region.

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