Representatives of both countries signed the documents at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed agreements on air travel, visa-free regime, protection of investments, and cooperation in science and technology.
Representatives of both countries signed the documents at Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv in the presence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, U.S. Treasury Chief Stephen Mnuchin, and UAE Finance Minister Obaid bin Humeid al-Tayler.
Recall that in mid-September Israel, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates signed an agreement on normalizing relations. Israel promised to stop extending its sovereignty to settlements in the West Bank.
In addition, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed readiness to negotiate with Palestine as part of the вЂњpeace planвЂќ of U.S. President Donald Trump.