A meeting has been arranged between Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and senior Saudi Arabian officials in order to formulate the terms of an Israeli-Arab peace accord, the British Sunday Times newspaper reported on Sunday morning.
According to the Israeli officials quoted in the article, Olmert and the Saudi Arabian representatives will discuss their respective visions for the future of the Middle East.
Reportedly, the main topics to be discussed will be a peace agreement between Israel and seven moderate Arab nations and the establishment of a Palestinian state.
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