UAE-Israel accord creates ‘new environment’ for Mideast peace: Official
By Ray Hanania
The historic accord between the UAE and Israel, which will be signed this week at the White House, will create a “new environment” to achieve peace, the director of policy planning at the Emirati Foreign Ministry told Arab News on Monday.
The UAE remains committed to the interests of the Palestinians and to the two-state solution, said Jamal Al-Musharakh, adding that peace between Israelis and Palestinians is achievable.
“We haven’t abandoned the Palestinians,” he said. “With the involvement of the US in this peace process, conversations can be more honest. Opportunities and differences can be discussed. This is the point of dialogue — that we can really get past previous lack of clarity.”
The entire region will benefit from the UAE-Israel accord.
Click here to read the full interview in the Arab News Newspaper, the mIddle East’s leading English language newspaper, also published and distributed in Urdo in Pakistan, French in France, Japanese in Japan
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