Isaac Herzog made the remarks during a special address at the World Economic Forum Davos in Switzerland on May 26.
He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important for Israel.
He asked WEF President Borg Brandi, “Is the Abraham Pact more productive? How would you view it as expanding the scope of cooperation?”
The President replied, “I will tell you.” You know that we are seeing it at every level of life, we are not just talking about tours, we are interested in it at all levels, including economic, scientific and innovation. Watching.
However, he said that he would inform you more about his personal views.
“We met with two delegations last week, which is a sign of a ‘big change,'” Herzog said.
“One group was of young Moroccan voters affiliated with an Israeli group on Facebook,” he said.
He talked with us for an hour and his talk about overcoming obstacles and moving forward with each other was amazing for us.
Isaac Herzog said that the next day we met a group of Pakistanis living abroad who are living in the United States, along with other people from the country and the region.
“And it is important for me to say that this was an amazing experience. We do not have a group of Pakistani leaders in Israel,” he said. can.
It is believed that Isaac Herzog did not give details of the Pakistanis he met. Shirka is an Israeli non-governmental organization.
Pakistan does not recognize Israel and therefore does not have diplomatic relations with it. Pakistan has been a strong supporter of the demands for a Palestinian state.
After the Abraham Accords, Pakistan made it clear that it could not recognize Israel until a “just solution to the Palestinian problem” was found.
The Foreign Office said that for a just and lasting peace, it is necessary to have a two-state solution in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the United Nations and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which have pre-1967 borders and give Al-Quds Al-Sharif a viable, independent and To be kept as capital.
However, the two countries have long maintained undeclared contacts at the grassroots level, and the only known talks took place on September 1, 2005, between then-Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri and his Israeli counterpart, Silvan Shalom.
Meanwhile, PTI leader Shirin Mazari described the Israeli leader’s remarks as “tantamount to fulfilling another promise made to the United States by the imported government and other conspirators in a conspiracy to overthrow the government.”
He tweeted that it was “shameful obedience”.
Meanwhile, PTI’s Imran Ismail said that all those who had called party chairman Imran Khan a “Jewish agent” all his life were now proving to be “certified Jewish agents and slaves”.
He said that due to this shameful slavery the pride of the nation was being auctioned off.
However, Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal said that no official or semi-official Pakistani delegation had met with the Israeli President.
In a message released on Twitter, he said that the participants in the delegation were American citizens of Pakistani descent who had explained themselves.
He further said that the policy of the government of Pakistan is clear and it does not recognize the state of Israel, all our sympathies are with our Palestinian brothers and sisters.