Abu Dhabi: The accord between the United States, Israel, & the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a “courageous step” toward a extra stable & successful Middle East, as per a joint announcement released by this 3 nations.
The announcement follows after a US-brokered settlement has been signed to normalise ties between Israel & UAE on Aug 13.
“The accord inverts traditional thinking regarding the way to address the area’s issues & problems, focusing on pragmatic steps that have tangible, practical outcomes. It carries with it the assure of new bridges that going to service to de-escalate existing conflicts & prevent future conflicts,” the joint announcement reads.
In a historic step, the 1st commercial airplane from Israel to UAE approached in Abu Dhabi, carrying Israeli authorities. US President Donald Trump’s Sr. Middle East adviser Jared Kushner & Israel’s domestic security adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat have been also on board.
Within the joint announcement, the UAE, Israel & the US have pushed Palestinian chiefs to “reengage with their own Israeli counterparts in discussions aimed in achieving peace.”
It furthermore states that “in the past decade we’ve witnessed a marked rise in war, destruction, & dislocation, & a growing demographic shift towards a younger public. In case we’re to meet the needs of current & future generations, we should be responding proactively to all these shifts.”
Furthermore, both UAE & Israel expressed appreciation to US President Donald Trump for his own command & to his own administration for the crucial character it’s performed in achieving this diplomatic breakthrough.
The newly signed accord has started a historical breakthrough in normalizing ties between Israel & the UAE & has resulted in the suspension of Israel’s schedules to extend its sovereignty.
The UAE became the 3rd Arab nation to fully recognize Israel after Egypt in 1979 & Jordan in 1994. The 2 states are awaited to sign a no. of agreements for cooperation in investments, tourism, security & different regions.
The treaty also appears to have put Israel’s schedules to extend its sovereignty over lands within the West Bank on hold, however, in spite of the conditions, the Palestinian administration has firmly condemned this tripartite settlement.