The Greek Foreign Ministry congratulated the two nations and called it a victory for diplomacy in the hope that it had brought peace to the region.  Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Zelensky made a phone call to Netanyahu.  Other nations, such as Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania and Kosovo, also welcomed the agreement.    The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry spoke of an “extraordinary diplomatic breakthrough” that could change the future of the Middle East in the hope that it would bring peace and improve the lives of the people of the Middle East, and congratulated both countries.  Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz discussed the agreement with UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan by telephone and congratulated him and said cooperation was needed to resolve the Middle East`s problems. He also welcomed the suspension of Israeli annexation plans and hoped that the Israeli-Palestinian dialogue would resume.  Israel has recently shaken the world by signing contracts with the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and Bahrain. Previously, it had concluded agreements with Egypt (1979) and Jordan (1994) in the Arab world, which brought benefits to both sides. Egypt, the first country to reach a peace agreement with Israel, received regular aid, including $2 billion in budgetary assistance, as well as military assistance. Israel`s treaty with Jordan was similar in content. Western companies in the Middle East have found about two billion new customers (and count).
Three and a half years later, the promised peace seems more distant than ever. Trump`s plan, drawn up by son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner, landed in February and nearly disappeared. The move also follows the Trump administration`s rejection of the nuclear deal with Iran and Israel`s persistent suspicions that Iran`s nuclear program includes a nuclear bomb development program, which Tehran denies. Currently, Iran and Saudi Arabia are busy supporting different factions in proxy wars, from Syria to Yemen, with the United Arab Emirates supporting the Saudi-led, U.S.-backed coalition against forces close to Iran.   In recent years, informal relations between countries have warmed considerably and have begun broad informal cooperation on the basis of their common opposition to Iran`s nuclear programme and regional influence.  Some experts have rejected the role of the administration, other than the agreements themselves. It is “the latest in a long chain of unintended consequences” that have fallen into the government`s fold, Martin Indyk, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel, wrote to Foreign Affairs. The American conservative called him “Diplomacy Potemkin.” Reaffirming also its common conviction that peacemaking and full normalization among them can help transform the Middle East by stimulating economic growth, fostering technological innovation and strengthening ties between citizens, of course, the Palestinian authorities have also rejected this approach, because the idea of a two-state solution has been on the table since the creation of the current State of Israel. , but it is now uncertain. Some believe that all Arab countries should follow the example of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain by establishing diplomatic relations with Israel and opening up the entire region.
Recalling the peace agreements between the State of Israel and the Arab Republic of Egypt, as well as between the State of Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan, and committed to cooperating to find a negotiated solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that meets the legitimate needs and aspirations of both peoples and promotes comprehensive peace, stability and prosperity in the Middle East, 22 September 27, 27 September , U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper assured Israeli Defense Secretary Benny Gantz during his visit to Washington that Israel`s military advance would be protected, a sentiment previously reflected by the Senate majority leader.