Bahrain, Israel To Sign Peace Accord At The WH Next Week
The Trump administration has prioritized making lasting peace in the Middle East. A historic step was made with a recent accord between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and the two countries will have delegations in Washington next week to finalize an agreement.
President Donald Trump announced another historic deal Friday between Bahrain and Israel to normalize diplomatic relations, in a joint statement posted to his Twitter. The President recently signaled there would be a domino effect and that other countries would soon follow in the UAE’s footsteps.
In the statement, the President said Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al Zayani will also be in attendance at the White House next week to sign a Declaration of Peace with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “The parties comment the United Arab Emirates and Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bi Zayed for his leadership on August 13, 2020, in announcing full diplomatic relations with Israel,” the statement read.