The ministry said, "Anthony Blinken will meet with Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed in separate bilateral meetings and in a tripartite framework."
Blinken had pledged to encourage more Arab countries to normalize relations with Israel when he hosted a virtual meeting with his counterparts from Israel, the UAE, Bahrain and Morocco, on the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the signing of a set of Ibrahim's "historic diplomacy" agreements.
Officials from Israel, the UAE, and Bahrain signed the Ibrahim Agreements at the White House in September 2020.
Israel and Sudan announced their intention to normalize relations, and Morocco established diplomatic relations with Israel in December 2020 after President Joe Biden defeated Trump in the US elections.
Biden has supported the agreements since taking office in January 2021, and his top aides said they were working to persuade other Arab countries to normalize their relations with Israel after decades of hostility.