Bahrain and the Zionist regime signed an agreement to establish full diplomatic relations and economic cooperation.

Iran Press/Middle East: The two sides on Sunday signed agreements on finance and investment, aviation, tourism, trade, science and technology, health, agriculture, water, energy and legal cooperation.

Zionist media reported that according to the agreement, there will be 28 flights a week between the two sides.

The United Arab Emirates and Israel agreed on August 13 to fully normalize diplomatic relations following US President Donald Trump's efforts to facilitate the normalization of relations between the Arab regimes and the Zionist regime.

Bahrain then joined the flock, and the two countries formally signed a compromise agreement with the occupying regime in al-Quds on September 15 at the White House.


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