Signing Of Peace Agreement Today

The first is a treaty of international law that must be approved by Parliament, while the second is only a joint declaration reaffirming a commitment to peace. “By its name, the Abraham Accords honor this legacy of peace by opening a new chapter in coexistence.” Strive to realize the vision of a stable, peaceful and prosperous Middle East region for the benefit of all States and peoples of the region; Bahraini Foreign Minister Abdul Latif al-Zayani, however, stressed the Palestinian cause, saying a “just, comprehensive and lasting two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict” would be the basis for regional peace. Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner welcomes the upcoming signing of Middle East peace treaties in an interview with the Today Show. On Friday, White House special envoy for Iran Brian Hook said, “Historians will remember these two peace deals as the beginning of the end of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.” Trump will hold a ceremony at the White House in Washington next Tuesday for the official signing of the Israel-UAE deal. Although Ben Ami accepts normalized relations with Israel before reaching a two-state solution with the Palestinians, Ben Ami says the new peace agreements do not update the Arab peace initiative. Jeremy Ben Ami`s comments to The Times of Israel come after Trump administration senior adviser Jared Kushner said today`s white house ceremony “marks the beginning of the end of the Arab-Israeli conflict.” The protest will come precisely at the beginning of the signing of peace treaties in the White House. The White House also releases the full text of the (longer) Israel-UAE agreement, which contains the same language about Palestinians as the Bahrain declaration. Joe Biden, Mr. Trump`s opponent in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, praised the deal because it “builds on the efforts of several governments to foster a broader Arab-Israeli opening, including the efforts of the Obama-Biden administration to build on the Arab peace initiative.” [42] Representatives of two rival Jewish communities in Dubai are in Washington to attend the signing ceremony of the normalization agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel.

The Emirati diplomat says Abu Dhabi believes that “the role of the United States in the Middle East is positive. And that faith is proven by today`s agreement. Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, celebrated the announcement and called it a “great asset” to President Trump and the world, saying diplomatic relations show “how hungry we all are for peace in this world” and how all countries in the Middle East understand the need to “firmly oppose a regime, which is the biggest sponsor of terrorism – Iran.” [38] “This is not a solution to the conflict and it is not peace – it is a matter,” said Jeremy Ben-Ami, the president of J Street, a pro-Israel liberal interest group that criticizes Netanyahu. “It is very, very clear that there are common interests between Israel and these countries – military, security, diplomatic, economic – and those interests have existed for two decades.” “This is a historic breakthrough to promote peace in the Middle East,” which “will strengthen stability, security and prosperity in the region,” the statement said. . . .

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