Trump announces 'historic peace deal' between Israel and UAE US President Donald Trump


US President Donald Trump said in a surprise statement on Thursday that Israel and the United Arab Emirates had reached a peace agreement.

Trump announces 'historic peace deal' between Israel and UAE US President Donald Trump


Trump tweeted that normalizing relations between the UAE and Israel was a "huge success" and said it was "a historic peace deal between our two great friends."

Speaking to reporters later, Trump suggested that victories that are more diplomatic be expected’ between Israel and its Muslim neighbors in the region.

“Things are happening that I can’t talk about,” he said.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompey described it as "a historic day and an important step towards peace in the Middle East."

"The United States believes this bold move is the first in a series of agreements to end 72 years of hostility in the region," Pompeo said.

Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan said in a joint statement on Thursday that they had "agreed to fully normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates". "

Representatives of Israel and the UAE will meet in the coming weeks to conclude bilateral agreements on investment, tourism, direct flights, security, and the establishment of mutual embassies.

"At the request of President Trump, with the support of the United Arab Emirates, the President of Israel will cease to declare sovereignty over the territories specified in the Vision for Peace and will now focus on efforts to expand relations with other countries in the Arab and Muslim world."

"The United States, Israel and the United Arab Emirates are confident that they can achieve additional diplomatic success with other countries and work together to achieve this goal," he said.

READ MORE  

Herman Cain 'tweeted' two weeks after his death to attack Democrats

Post a Comment

0 Comments