The United Arab Emirates is supposed to become the first Gulf Arab country to normalise relations with Israel after the discreet of several years in technology and commerce. On Thursday, American president Donald Trump declared an agreement named Abraham agreement, defended an Israeli commitment to stop other expansion of Palestinian lands at the seized West bank.
How the world reacted to the UAE, Israel normalizing diplomatic ties
However, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted to the delay the annexation as being a part of the agreement with the United Arab Emirates but still, the plans are on the board. The UAE has been the third country behind Jordan and Egypt to join such the deal with Israel. Here is told everything that tells how the many stakeholders in Israeli-Palestinian disputes responded on Israel-UAE deal.
A statement was issued by his spokesperson which says ” Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has criticised the deal. The Palestinian discards and condemns the trilateral of UAE, US and Israel, it was declared by a senior advisor of Abbas Nabil Abu Rudeineh.
Abu Rudeineh claimed that the deal was the betrayal of Jerusalem, Al-Aqsa and the Palestinian cause. Let’s move ahead to the further countries how they reached to the deal so now we should move to the close Ally of UAE, the president of Egypt Abdel Fattah el-Sisi who seems happy with the deal and welcomes it with the open arm.
The prez el-Sisi came to his twitter handle and said “He appreciated the join statement among the United Arab Emirates, USA and Israel to stop the Israeli annexation of Palestinian lands and their applauded their decision to keep peace in the Middle East of the state. He is proud of the efforts of each and everyone who helped to achieve victory and stability for their region.
Bahrain, the Gulf country has welcomed the decision of UAE and Israel. A small island of Bahrain is the ally of Saudi Arabia which hasn’t commented anything yet on the same. Turkey and Iran don’t seem to agree with Israel and UAE.
The president of the United Kingdom, Boris Johson welcomed the deal with Israel and UAE. He said it’s a piece of good news to make the UAE and Israel relationship normal. France is also happy with the decision to halt its plans over the annexation of areas seized West Bank in the historic agreement. Stay connected with us.