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 himself in a tweet, and President Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of Abu Dhabi said in a joint statement that they believe “this landmark agreement will advance the peace process in the Middle East.”
It should be noted that after the agreement, diplomatic relations will be established between the United Arab Emirates and Israel. President Donald Trump has played a key role in this peace deal. In response, Israel has blocked the implementation of an expansion plan to include large areas of the West Bank. The move was promised by Benjamin Netanyahu during the election campaign.
Trump, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, and Benjamin Netanyahu attended Thursday’s teleconference. The details of the agreement were agreed upon by phone call and the agreement was approved during the teleconference.
Some officials have named the deal the “Abraham Accord”, which has been part of President Trump’s diplomatic goals since the beginning. However, long negotiations and negotiations were going on between the parties before the agreement was reached.
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.