King Charles to hold behind the scenes talks later this month with Arab leaders ... trends now

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EXCLUSIVE: He is hoping his ties to Arab royals may boost diplomatic initiatives

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King Charles will hold talks with Arab leaders this month to discuss a road map for peace in Gaza, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

He is hoping his close working and personal ties to Arab royals might boost diplomatic initiatives and is holding bilateral discussions, according to sources. It is understood the meetings will take place in Dubai ahead of the COP28 climate summit, beginning on November 30, where Charles will deliver an opening address on December 1.

Sources told the MoS that Charles will use the visit to hold talks with regional leaders to 'promote interfaith harmony and dialogue'.

Experts think he will try to 'nudge diplomacy efforts forward' by discussing the release of Israeli hostages and more humanitarian aid.

Charles will act as a respected global statesman. He has long been profoundly interested in the Arab world. It is known he believes the West only stands a chance of winning the war on terror by dealing with the Israel-Palestine question, which he refers to as 'the real toxin' infecting the whole world.

King Charles will hold talks with Arab leaders this month to discuss a road map for peace in Gaza, The Mail on Sunday can reveal

King Charles will hold talks with Arab leaders this month to discuss a road map for peace in Gaza, The Mail on Sunday can reveal

Experts think he will try to 'nudge diplomacy efforts forward' by discussing the release of Israeli hostages and more humanitarian aid

Experts think he will try to 'nudge diplomacy efforts forward' by discussing the release of Israeli hostages and more humanitarian aid

The King is well respected in the Gulf States and Middle East, not least for his sympathetic speeches about Islam. He has studied the Koran and has even learnt Arabic.

It's a chance to promote interfaith dialogue 

The Royal Family also maintain relationships with rulers in the Middle East through horse racing. Last summer Charles and Camilla were pictured at Royal Ascot with the Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed.

The conflict in Gaza disrupted a US-brokered deal between Israel and Saudi Arabia that would have normalised relations between the countries, bringing Saudi Arabia more firmly into the US security fold and eliciting Israeli commitments on the Palestinian issue.

The MoS understands that while Charles may not meet

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