In an interview with Yalla TV, former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated that Washington supports the Abrahamic peace treaty and that “without peace leaders, it is impossible to continue on this path.”
Pompeo said Arab leaders who signed the Abrahamic peace agreements with Israel were “ready to break barriers and take risks for what they thought was good for their countries’ long-term future.”
“The United States has taken a number of steps to build trust, including the removal of Qasim Suleiman, to sign peace agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Sudan,” Pompeo said.
He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
The significance of these agreements was “not limited to security and diplomacy, but affected the lives of ordinary people who could move, study and trade in different countries,” he said.
“Historical animosities between people and states are no longer logical,” he stressed.
Pompeo stressed the importance of the idea of ”coexistence and tolerance between cultures and religions” and explained that it “makes the economy prosperous and people live better lives”.
Pompeo explained that the United States was trying to help relocate and open up countries in the region, and that when it sent troops, it aimed to “liberate the region’s people from tyrants.”
When asked about Pompeo’s weight loss, he said it’s no secret, only less food and more exercise.
Regarding his social life, his son is getting married to a wonderful woman next July.
In his favorite music, Pompeo responded that he liked “country” music.
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