Israel, UAE And Bahrain Signs Agreement To Normalize Formal Relations
Israel signs agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain to map out the formal relations among them.
On Tuesday, Trump hosted a ceremony within the White House. There the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreed for the primary time to normalize deals with Israel. Finally, the last decade-old conflict came to an end.
In the ceremony, Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, signed an agreement with the secretary of state Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan of UAE and secretary of state Abdullatif Al Zayani of Bahrain.
These are the third and fourth Arab states to sign an agreement to normalize deals with Israel. Egypt in 1979 and Jordan in 1994 are still within the first and second position, respectively.
“The people of the centre East will not allow hatred of Israel to be fomented as an excuse for radicalism or extremism. And they’ll not allow the good destiny of their region to be denied.” the US President said during the ceremony.
Ammar Hijazi, assistant minister of multilateral affairs for the Palestinian Authority marked the signing day of the agreement as a ‘sad day’.
These deals mark a fantastic victory for Trump in Presidential election 2020. The affect Israel also can prop up the voters among pro-Israel Christian within the US. This is often a crucial part of Trump’s political base.