To the right. But to be clear, it was not reported by Mark Landler, an honest journalist, who honors off-balance agreements. Just a few moments ago, together with two friends, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed of the United Arab Emirates, I made a very special appeal for them to agree on a historic peace agreement. After 49 years, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will completely normalize diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors and begin cooperation in all areas and in a wide range of areas, including tourism, education, health, trade and security. This is a truly historic moment. The unification of two of the United States` closest and most powerful partners in the region – some said this was not possible – is an important step toward building a more peaceful, secure and prosperous Middle East. Belgian Foreign Minister Philippe Goffin said he welcomed the agreement as a step towards a peaceful Middle East and added that the suspension of annexation plans should be continued with the two-state solution.  Josep Borrell, the Union`s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, welcomed the agreement as beneficial to both nations and as important for stability in the Middle East. He also said that the suspension of annexation plans was positive and that the European Union hoped for a two-state solution.
 Norwegian Foreign Minister Ine Marie Eriksen Seride hailed the agreement as a positive development and said Norway welcomed any measures that led to peace in the Middle East.  Rabin, a former senior Israeli army officer, said in his address to the crowd: “We soldiers are returning from the blood-blooded battle; we who have seen our relatives and friends killed before our eyes; we who have fought against them, the Palestinians; Today we say to you in a loud and clear voice: enough blood and tears. That`s enough! And Arafat, the guerrilla leader, who has been determined for decades to be murdered by Israeli agents, said: “The struggle for peace is the most difficult fight of our lives. It deserves our greatest effort, because the country of peace aspires to a just and comprehensive peace. The parties reaffirm their common desire to promote cooperation between them as a key element in economic development and the development of closer links between human beings and cultural ties. To this end, the contracting parties facilitate the exchange of information on advertisements, published and audiovisual advertising materials and participation in tourist fairs. They also cooperate to promote joint tourism projects and packages among tour operators to promote tourism from third countries. They are working on reciprocal study trips to increase knowledge about the development, management and commercialization of cultural heritage, cultural and rural tourism, in order to diversify and deepen tourism links between them; and strive to use national marketing budgets to promote reciprocal tourism between states.