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Iran's President Raisi Predicts Failure for Israeli Normalization Deals

Iran's President Raisi Predicts Failure for Israeli Normalization Deals

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, in a recent U.S. television interview, voiced skepticism about U.S.-sponsored attempts to normalize Israeli ties with Gulf Arab nations, including Saudi Arabia, stating that such efforts "will see no success."

During an interview with CNN, Raisi also clarified that Iran had not rejected the presence of nuclear inspectors from the United Nations' nuclear watchdog within its borders.

In 2020, Israel took significant steps towards closer relations with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco as part of a U.S.-driven diplomatic initiative aimed at promoting normalization.

The prospect of establishing diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia represents a major objective for Israel and could reshape the geopolitics of the Middle East, given Saudi Arabia's status as an oil powerhouse and the host of several of Islam's holiest sites.

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