Today, Sunday, the Israeli government finally agreed to the normalization of relations with the UAE, according to an official statement, and this step comes after the parliament’s deputies approved the agreement.
On Sunday, the Israeli government finally agreed to normalize relations with Israel UAEAccording to an official statement, this step comes after parliament members ratified the agreement earlier this month.
During its weekly meeting, the government also approved referring the agreement to establish diplomatic relations with Bahrain to Parliament to proceed with it.
On August 13, the UAE announced the normalization of relations with the Hebrew state, making it the third Arab country to establish relations with Israel after Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994).
Israel and the UAE and Bahrain signed the agreement in mid-September, making Bahrain the fourth Arab country to establish relations with Israel.
On Friday evening, the White House announced that Sudan and Israel had agreed to normalize diplomatic relations and establish “peace” between them.
US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu affirmed the desire of more Arab countries to normalize relations.