Israel, and UAE agreed on working with fully normalized relations, a potential breakthrough that Us president said it will going to promote peace in Mideast.
The agreement means the United Arab Emirates would be the part with Egypt and Jordan as the only Arab countries that have normal ties with Israel, which is a signal to nations to send ambassadors to open more direct commercial relations.
In the agreement, Israel also said to suspend controversial moves to annex a portion of the west bank. This move is widely considered as a milestone step towards peace which is covered inside the agreement.
This deal plays a significant role in peace in Mideast, Trump told this in the oval office, and signing ceremony will take place at the white house.
“The announcement is big and the White House will be able to claim that it has achieved a breakthrough in the traditional wall of the divide in Arab-Israeli relations,” said Ayham Kamel, a Mideast expert at the Eurasia Group. Aaron David Miller, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment and former Mideast official at the State Department, called the accord a “win for all 3” nations.
This historic breakthrough will advance peace in MiddleEast and it will be going to promote business, and considered as a step towards bold diplomacy.
A White House signing ceremony would also help Trump — lagging in the polls ahead of November’s election — evoke the spirit of the original peace deal between Israel, Egypt, and Jordan, facilitated by then-President Jimmy Carter as part of the Camp David accords in 1978.