UAE to establish embassy in Tel Aviv



The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Sunday promised to establish an embassy in the city of Tel Aviv in Israel, the UAE government said on its Twitter account, citing a cabinet decision.
The United Arab Emirates signed agreements on septemeber 15, 2020 to establish formal ties with Israel, becoming the first Arab state along with Bahrain in a quarter century to break a longstanding taboo, in a strategic realignment of Middle East countries against Iran.
Former US President Donald Trump hosted the White House ceremony, capping a dramatic month when first the UAE and then Bahrain agreed to reverse decades of ill-will without a resolution of Israel’s dispute with the Palestinians.—Reuters

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