It was the first of four nights when Democrats hope to both win moderate forces for President Trump and animate liberals, who may not be enthusiastic about Biden. Yes, that`s right. And that really led us to a truly remarkable result in the annals of diplomacy in the Middle East. The United Arab Emirates has announced that it will normalize its relations with the State of Israel and thus join a very small number of Arab states to recognize Israel. And it wasn`t a small part of a deal negotiated by the Trump administration. Trump, who presented his Middle East peace plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in January, helped mediate the two agreements. Bahrain`s Foreign Minister will attend the event and sign his own agreement to normalize relations with Israel, which President Donald Trump announced last week. In a joint statement by Trump, Netanyahu and Zayed, it was said: “This historic diplomatic breakthrough will promote peace in the Middle East region and is proof of the courageous diplomacy and vision of the three heads of state and government and the courage of the United Arab Emirates and Israel to take a new path that will unlock the great potential of the region.”  The United Arab Emirates stated that it would continue to support the Palestinian people and that the agreement would maintain the prospect of a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine. Despite the agreement, Mr. Netanyahu said that Israel`s sovereignty over the Jordan Valley was still on the agenda and was only frozen for now.
 Although trade between Israel and its neighbours, Jordan and Egypt, despite normalization, has never been booming and Bahrain has a relatively small economy, it is expected to be different with the United Arab Emirates, a federation of seven Emirates. Dubai is a business centre for the region and Abu Dhabi is working to reduce its dependence on hydrocarbons. As soon as the standardization agreement was announced on 13 August, ministers from the United Arab Emirates and Israel rushed to open telephone lines and unlock Internet access, while companies in both countries announced new pacts. On 13 August 2020, uae Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash proclaimed the United Arab Emirates agreement on normalizing relations with Israel and said his country would address threats to the two-state solution, in particular the annexation of the Palestinian territories, and called on the Palestinians and Israelis to return to the negotiating table. He suggested that he did not think there would be an embassy in Jerusalem until there was a final agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis.  According to US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “Israel and the United Arab Emirates will completely normalize diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors and begin working together in all areas such as tourism, education, health, trade and security.  Treaties with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are also of great benefit to Israel. Netanyahu believes in the great strategy of the 1920s, which is that there is an “iron wall” between Jews and Arabs. This means that Israel would benefit in the long run and that the Arab world would benefit from its neighbour`s agreement.