Taking advantage of the day`s historical momentum to go beyond U.S. hesitations and Israeli objections to the sale of F-35 fighter jets to the UAE, Mr. Trump said earlier in the day that he had “no problem” with the sale. On the other hand, some Israeli rights have expressed anger at Mr. Netanyahu for breaking his promise of annexation. At a televised press conference, he said that the annexation had only been postponed “temporarily.” “In the same way that I brought peace with an Arab country,” Netanyahu said, “I will bring sovereignty.” On 21 August, Prince Turki bin Fayçal Al Saud wrote in an obvious reply to Mr. Trump, who said on 19 August that he expected Saudi Arabia to accede to the agreement, that the price to be paid for normalizing relations with Israel would be the creation of a sovereign Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital. He added that any Arab country that wants to follow in the footsteps of the United Arab Emirates should in future demand a higher price from Israel for peace. “This is a historic evening,” Netanyahu said at a news conference. “Today began a new era in the relations of the State of Israel with the Arab world.” Israeli President Reuven Rivlin invited Prince Mohammed to visit Jerusalem, while the Tel Aviv-Yafo commune building was illuminated by the flags of Israel and the UAE. Trump made a Middle East peace deal a pillar of his foreign policy early in his term, and until Thursday, there was little sign of progress toward that goal. While Thursday`s announcement falls short of Trump`s promise, it gives him an important step toward the campaign trail.
For the Prime Minister in honour of Israel, Mr. Netanyahu, he brings it on his own; its much-vaunted promise to innovate in important parts of the occupied West Bank. This situation proved unrecosible, in part because of the ambivalence of the United States and the significant international opposition. Netanyahu could see this “peace initiative” with the United Arab Emirates as something that could increase his chances if he decides on other Israeli parliamentary elections. 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.