According to the daily mail, Google is considering building a cable connecting Saudi Arabia and Israel to open up new exports of Internet traffic from the Middle East to India and Europe. It is understood that the technology giant is willing to invest $400 million to build a cable called blue Raman to bypass congested Egyptian lines. As decades of rigid relations between Arab countries and Israel began to ease, the plan was also changed to connect from Mumbai to Saudi Arabia via Hon Hai, then through Jordan and Israel, and then to Italy through the Mediterranean Sea. According to the report, this historic process is mainly due to the mediation and promotion of the current U.S. government, and it is said that nine other Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, are also ready to sign the contract. Global Tech