The Trump administration has made notable progress in the touting of peace agreements designed to normalize relations between Israel and other Middle Eastern countries, including Omar Ghobash, who served as the UAE’s assistant minister for public and cultural diplomacy. We do.
Ghobash was praised in Monday’s “Special Report”, where Fox News host Brett Bair asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California, of the president’s achievement in reaching several peace agreements.
Pelosi told CNN last week that Trump’s peace deal was distracted by the impact of COVID-19. “It’s good for her to be distracted one day when the number of people affected and the number of people who die from this virus only increases,” she said on Friday.
While Ghobash did not directly address Pelosi, he underscored the importance of achievement. “How much credit do you give to President Trump for these peace deals?” The hater asked.
JARED KUSHNER: WASHINGTON’S CONVENTIONAL THINKERS TURNED MIDDLE EAST INTO ‘BIG MEES’
Ghobash replied: “This is truly a remarkable achievement – even for us, the citizens of the Arab world who look outside. It is a remarkable achievement and it comes in a particular context that is incredibly important – We are trying in the Emirates. Carry forward the agenda of communication, engagement, dialogue, tolerance. ”
“And it is in the wake of terror that ISIS is the right safeguard in the entire region. And so, to find the American administration that leads us on that and helps us to come to peace with Israel, it is among an Arab The first peace is the state and Israel in 26 years. This in itself is a remarkable achievement for both the administration and the American people, and for which I think we are very grateful, “he said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to join with Bahrain and UAE leaders as his comments.
Earlier in the interview, Ghobash described the agreements as “overwhelmingly important”, and predicted that Palestinians would eventually make more progress towards an agreement.
Click here to get the Fox News app
“I think it’s quite important,” he told Bair. “This area is really very tired of conflict and it is [been] We have been talking about decades since I was a child. And we really want to go to a phase where violence and conflict are resorted to, but we can really resolve conflicts by collaborating and discussing and connecting with each other. ”
He said that he feels “structural changes have occurred, especially among the Gulf states over the last 20 years, and perhaps the Palestinian leadership is not fully aware of those structural changes. And over time, we think That is. The Palestinians will come. They should take this opportunity, which is a tremendous opportunity to reconnect with a peace process and remember that we all stand with them on a two-state solution. So, we are very optimistic That they will do it. “