Abraham Accords discussion brings together experts
Updated: Feb 2
The Luigi Einaudi Onlus Foundation organized an important event on February 1 to discuss the Abraham Accords. The organizers note "in such a difficult year, a light of concrete hope was lit by the Abraham Accords. An important goal has been achieved for peace and cooperation in such an important area of the world." The Luigi Einaudi Onlus Foundation organized the event.
"The conference will represent an opportunity for reflection with the protagonists of the extraordinary historical turning point that is affirming itself with a true diplomacy of peace. The aim of the debate, divided into two panels, is to discuss both the key points and perspectives of the implementation of the Agreements and the promotion of security in the Middle East," the organizers say.
The event will be coordinated by Italian diplomat Ambassador Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata and Fiamma Nirenstein. The Ambassadors of the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, Bahrain and Israel were scheduled to speak.
Among the speakers were Omar Obeid Mohamed Alhesan Alshamsi, ambassador of the UAE and Youssef Balla, ambassador from Morocco, as well as Naser M.Y Al Belooshi, ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain and Dror Eydar, Israel's ambassador. Dan Diker of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs took part in the panel with Al-Mansoori and others discussing the political reasons and prospects for the accords.
Ahmed Obaid Al-Mansoori, founder of the Crossroads of Civilizations Museum, spoke.
On the second panel, along with Al-Mansoori, other speakers included Ross Kriel of the Jewish Council of the Emirates and Mitchel Belfer. of the Euro-Gulf Information Centre.