The UAE lifted its boycott of Israel following an agreement to restore bilateral relations.
According to the foreign news agency Reuters, the ruler of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Caliph Zaid bin Al Nahyan, has issued an order approving the boycott of Israel and signing trade and economic agreements with it. ۔
According to Reuters, UAE state media said that the order of Khalifa Zaid bin Al Nahyan is aimed at further enhancing mutual cooperation under the bilateral relations agreement between the two countries.
On the other hand, under the agreement between the two countries, the first commercial flight of Israel from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi will depart on Monday, which will include Israeli and American officials.
According to media reports, US officials say that President Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kishner will go to the UAE with US officials.
It should be noted that there is no air link between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, so this will be the first flight after the resumption of relations between the two countries.
What is the Arab Peace Plan?
It should be noted that in 2002, the then Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah presented a peace plan in Beirut, according to which the Arab countries were ready to recognize Israel, but on the condition that Israel establish its border in 1967. Take it back to the pre-war frontier.
It should be noted that a peace agreement has recently been reached between the United Arab Emirates and Israel to establish bilateral relations, under which Israel will no longer integrate the Palestinian territories and the two countries will work out a roadmap for bilateral relations.
According to the agreement, the United States and the United Arab Emirates will work together to establish relations with Israel and other Muslim countries as well.
Pakistan has also ruled out the possibility of establishing relations with Israel until the Palestinians get their due.