“It could be today,” Craft said. “It could be one in the next day or two. Yes, so we are very excited and I know that others are going to be following.
She added, “And what we don’t want to do is we don’t want to isolate anyone, but to bring everyone on board in hopes that this will allow the Iranian citizens to see that people really want peace in the Middle East and they are part of this peace.”
Last week, President Donald Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Bahraini foreign minister Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Alzayani, and Emirati foreign minister Abdullah bin Zayed signed a historic peace deal in the White House Rose Garden.
The deal not only opened diplomatic ties but also opened up countries to corresponding tourism and communication. Trump said that similar deals would follow and there’s been suspicion that it could be Oman or Sudan after the two countries sent delegations to the White House ceremony last week.