Canadian Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne hailed the agreement as a historic and positive step towards a peaceful and secure Middle East, adding that Canada welcomed the suspension of annexation plans.  Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne said the agreement was important and that the suspension of the annexation was important.  But the agreement triggered an immediate counter-reaction in the region of opposing parts of the ideological spectrum. At least some Israeli settlers and their political allies were disappointed that Mr. Netanyahu abandoned his plan to claim west Bank sovereignty, while the Palestinians felt abandoned by an Arab nation that, even without the threat of annexation, locked them in an unsustainable status quo. To the right. But to be clear, it was not reported by Mark Landler, an honest journalist, who honors off-balance agreements. The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement stressing that as a member of the UN Security Council and the Quartet, it supported the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He noted that the agreement suspended the annexation of parts of the West Bank, which he described as an important element of the agreement, and said that the annexation plans were a major obstacle to the resumption of the Israeli-Palestinian dialogue.  Russian President Vladimir Putin said on August 24 in a telephone conversation with Netanyahu that he hoped the agreement would strengthen the stability and security of the Middle East.  Recalling the January 28, 2020 reception, during which President Trump presented his vision for peace and pledged to continue his efforts towards a just, comprehensive, realistic and lasting settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; As a condition of the UAE`s agreement to normalize relations, Mr.
Netanyahu agreed to freeze his plan to annex parts of the West Bank. But the Palestinians seemed to be a reflection barely mentioned in the official remarks of the day. The United Arab Emirates has also ended its boycott of Israel, which allows trade and trade between the oil-rich UAE and Israel, where booming diamond trade, pharmaceutical companies and technology start-ups live. On 16 August 2019, Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz, in the midst of growing tension with Iran, issued a public statement on military cooperation with the United Arab Emirates.  On 16 August 2020, the United Arab Emirates for the first time established telephone communications with Israel by detecting direct elections to Israel`s 972.  Israel`s first direct commercial flight to the United Arab Emirates took place on 31 August 2020 and the first ship carrying cargoes from the United Arab Emirates to Israel reached the port of Haifa on 12 October.  « The postponement of Israeli law enforcement is a fair price for a peace agreement with the United Arab Emirates, » said Oded Revivi, mayor of the Efrat settlement. An agreement gave considerable impetus when, on 1 July, Israel did not begin the process of annexation of the West Bank, as Mr.
Netanyahu had suggested. The Emiratis reported that they took the opportunity to promise a complete normalization of relations if the annexation was removed from the table. It was the subtext of an op-ed published in June by the Emirati ambassador to the United States in Israel`s largest daily newspaper, Yedioth Ahronoth. The Donald J. Trump government, which resigned itself to Israel`s strong desire to expand the country`s formal diplomatic relations with the Arab nations of the Persian Gulf and took over the UAE embassy in the Persian Gulf, oversaw the three-way diplomacy that led to the Abraham Agreement. The announcement of 13 August was followed by the first direct commercial flight between the countries, the establishment of telephone lines and commitments to cooperate in many areas.