Note: The Abraham Accords Peace Agreement that was signed on September 15, 2020, at the White House, changes the perspective on the Arab-Israeli conflict completely. The Abraham Accords require opening a new page in the history of relations of Israel with Arab countries. Accordingly, this page on the Arab-Israeli conflict has been re-written. The previous content of this page has been saved and can be accessed here. The Abraham Accords promise a peaceful future for both the People of Israel and the People of Arab countries.
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September 15, 2020, will be remembered as the beginning of a new era in Arab-Israeli relations. On this day, the Foreign Ministers of two Arab countries, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, signed an agreement to establish diplomatic relations with Israel. The agreement, called the "Abraham Accords", was mediated by the President of the USA, Donald J. Trump.
The agreement was signed in a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. The Israeli delegation was headed by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) delegation was headed by the Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed and the Bahrain delegation was headed by the Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al Zayani.
- 2020-10-12-The first shipbound cargo from the United Arab Emirates entered Haifa Port on Monday.
- PM Netanyahu's Speech at the White House Signing Ceremony for the "Abraham Accords"
- Press conference of US President Trump and PM Nethanyahu at the White House, before the signing ceremony
- The full text of the Abraham Accords Peace Agreement.