Biden Administration Missed the Mark on Libya’s Entry into the Abraham Accords

The secret meeting between Libya's Foreign Minister and Israel's Eli Cohen has ignited a political firestorm in Libya, raising questions about the Libyan government's intentions and complicating its quest for international legitimacy.

The recent meeting between Libyan Foreign Minister Najla al-Mangoush and her Israeli counterpart, Eli Cohen, has sparked a political crisis in Libya and raised questions about the intentions of Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah.

The meeting has been met with public outrage in Libya, where there is strong opposition to normalizing relations with Israel.

The U.S. administration, keen on expanding the Abraham Accords, expressed disappointment over the leak of the meeting, which has further complicated Libya’s quest for international legitimacy.

The incident also highlights the role of the UAE in pushing for more Arab countries to join the accords, despite the complexities and sensitivities involved.

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