During a meeting of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a significant admission, suggesting that Israel and Saudi Arabia may struggle to reach an agreement to normalize relations.

Blinken stated, "Saudi Arabia is pushing for a ceasefire and a plan that leads to the establishment of a Palestinian state. However, Israel may be unable or unwilling to pursue this path".

This statement followed US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan's Middle East tour, during which he visited Saudi Arabia and Israel.

Media reports suggested a potential comprehensive agreement: Israel and Saudi Arabia would sign a peace treaty, with Israel committing to advancing the creation of a Palestinian state.

Additionally, the United States and Saudi Arabia would enter into a military alliance agreement, and Riyadh would have the opportunity to develop its nuclear program.