In a latest sign of tech bohemieng between once arch-rivals, Israel has announced to share nuclear tech with Arab nations under the peace deal.
According to Israeli Atomic Energy Commission (IAEC) Director General Moshe Edri, Israel is ‘ready’ to share its state-of-the-art nuclear technology with Arab nations that have signed a peace deal with the Jewish state.
Edri made the rare remarks in an address to the 66th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) convening in Vienna. Edri said Israel has been hopeful that the normalization deals signed in 2020 with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Morocco will “mark a path forward for meaningful direct dialogue within our region, including in the nuclear fora.”
Such a move will be made under the IAEA umbrella, the Israeli nuclear chief added. Israel rarely comments on its nuclear capabilities.