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Abraham Agreement Signing

Such agreements concluded before the entry into force of this Treaty shall enter into force upon the entry into force of this Treaty, unless otherwise provided for in this Treaty. The agreed principles of cooperation in certain fields shall be annexed to this Treaty and shall form an integral part of this Treaty. The Abraham Agreement was a joint statement between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States, which was adopted on August 13, 2020. [1] It was also later used to refer collectively to agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (the Israel-UAE Normalization Agreement) and Bahrain (the Bahrain-Israel Normalization Agreement). [2] Recognising the importance of a supportive legal framework for the movement of persons and goods and for the promotion of a business-friendly environment at all times between them, the Parties shall make every effort to accord each other the widest level of legal cooperation, including in the field of mutual legal assistance in civil and commercial matters. In accordance with their domestic law, and endeavours to conclude specific agreements and arrangements in this area. Jared Kushner, the top Trump administration official who participated in negotiations on the deal, said in an interview with CBS News that the deal would make the Middle East more peaceful and hopeful, meaning fewer U.S. troops would need to be deployed to the region. [43] Foreign Secretary Mike Pompeo said the deal was an important step toward stabilizing the region and good for the world. [44] The news has already been announced, but the celebrations are taking place today after ratification by Israel and its Chamber of Ministers. On Monday, the Israeli government unanimously approved the historic agreement signed in September with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to normalize bilateral relations. “These visionary leaders will sign the first two peace agreements between Israel and the Arab state in more than a quarter of a century,” Trump said. .

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