Trump hails US-brokered pact as ‘peace agreement’ but cracks quickly appear as Netanyahu denies change of plan. Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to establish full diplomatic ties in a historic Washington-brokered deal under which Israel will “suspend” its plans to annex parts of the Palestinian territories. Israel signs historic deal with UAE that will ‘suspend’ West Bank annexation.
However, cracks in the deal became quickly apparent after its announcement, with Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, saying there was “no change” to his annexation plans, while the UAE insisted that it “immediately stops annexation”.
After Jordan and Egypt, the UAE is only the third Arab country to announce formal diplomatic relations with Israel, and the announcement will reverberate across the Middle East, which has a turbulent history with the Jewish state. Israel UAE peace agreement: US President Donald Trump has announced a historic peace deal between Israel and UAE, under which Israel has agreed to suspend its plans to annex parts of the West Bank. It is also stated that Israel signs historic deal with UAE that will ‘suspend’ West Bank annexation.
The joints statement released by US President Donald Trump, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi read that the new peace agreement will lead to full normalisation of diplomatic relations between the UAE and Israel. Israel signs historic deal with UAE that will ‘suspend’ West Bank annexation.
Under the new peace deal, Israel has agreed to suspend its plans to annex parts of the West Bank. According to US President Donald, the deal is a significant step towards building a more peaceful, secure, and prosperous the Middle East. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented on the agreement saying that a new era has opened between Israel and the Arab world. The UAE has become the third Arab country to open relations with Israel, after Egypt and Jordan. We hope that Israel signs historic deal with UAE that will ‘suspend’ West Bank annexation.