Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has become Israel's partner in plans to formulate a new reality in the region, Tel Aviv's Ambassador to Egypt David Govrin said.
The envoy made the remarks during a ceremony organised in Cairo to mark Israel's establishment.
"We take note of the change in Arab countries' treatment of Israel, which is no longer considered an enemy, but a partner in shaping a new and better reality in the region. A reality that is based on stability and economic growth," Govrin said.
The joining of the Saudi Crown Prince to the vision of stability and economic development shared by Egypt and Israel constitutes an important cornerstone.
"We have to broaden this partnership to additional states in order to advance common interests to combat Iranian-inspired states and terrorist groups."
"Only a regional common struggle may confront Iran's striving for nuclear weapons and undermine its consistent support to the terror organisations in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon."