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What is Pakistan’s Stance Regarding Recognizing Israel state?

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Israel and the United Arab Emirates have reached a peace agreement that will not only establish diplomatic relations between the two sides, but Israel has also called for an end to its expansion over a large area of ​​the West Bank.

The announcement was made by US President Donald Trump in a tweet and on the occasion, President Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi said in a joint statement that they are confident that this historic agreement will advance the peace process in the Middle East.

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It should be noted that after the agreement, diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel will be established. US President Donald Trump has played a significant role in this peace agreement. In response, Israel has blocked the implementation of an expansion plan to annex large areas of the West Bank.

According to Al Arabiya News, the United Arab Emirates has confirmed that it will not open its embassy in Israel until an agreement is reached between Palestine and Israel.

On the other hand, no matter how much the UAE and other Arab countries want to establish relations with Israel, Pakistan had a clear position on the issue of Israel, and Pakistan has been on this position from the very beginning.

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Last year, Prime Minister Imran Khan, during a foreign visit, said in response to a question that there is no way for establishing relations with Israel until the freedom of Palestine.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had said that Pakistan has the same stance on the issue of Israel as the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had given that there is no question of considering Israel a state without recognizing the liberation of Palestinian Muslims and the existence of Palestine.

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