Ordinary Palestinians turned to social media to protest the deal and some also insulted Vae. Meanwhile, Abbas Zaki, a member of Fatah`s Central Committee, called the agreement a breakdown of the Arab consensus on the management of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He accused the United Arab Emirates of betraying Arabs and Palestinians before asking the ANP to withdraw its ambassador from the United Arab Emirates and also called on the Arab League to cancel the 2002 Arab peace initiative.  President Trump`s “Deal of the Century” to make peace between Israel and the Palestinians is a non-candidate. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reacted reluctantly by calling israel`s agreement of the United Arab Emirates “broad implications” in a press release, and Pakistan`s approach is guided by our assessment of how the rights and aspirations of Palestinians are being respected and how peace, security and stability are preserved in the region.  Longtime New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, who has written for decades on international geopolitics and has been a regular critic of Trump`s policies, hailed the deal as “exactly what Trump said in his tweet: a “huge breakthrough.””  Aaron David Miller, a longtime Middle East peace negotiator who now works at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said the deal was a “win-win” deal, as it won diplomatic victories for the Emirates, Mr. Netanyahu and Mr. Trump. “The big losers are the Palestinians who have seen the Arab world move closer to Israel, which Netanyahu seems to reward for ignoring the Palestinians and harming the interests of the Palestinians,” he said. The ceremony was followed for months by complicated diplomacy under the leadership of Jared Kushner, Trump`s son-in-law and adviser, and presidential envoy for international negotiations, Avi Berkowitz.
On 13 August, the Israel-UAE agreement was announced. This was followed by the first direct commercial flight between the countries, followed by the announcement of the Bahrain-Israel agreement of 11 September. Each party recognizes the right of the vessels of the other contracting party to transit innocently in its territorial waters, in accordance with international law. Each contracting party grants normal access to its ports to the ships and cargoes of the other party, as well as to ships and cargo destined for or from the other party. This access is granted on the same conditions that generally apply to ships and cargoes from other countries. The contracting parties may enter into maritime agreements and arrangements. The agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates promises to establish normal relations between the two countries. These include trade relations, tourism, direct flights, scientific cooperation and, in due course, full diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level.