New Delhi, August 14
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday held telephonic talks along with his counterpart from the United Arab Emirates Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan on the gulf nation’s historic peace take care of Israel that paved manner for institution of full diplomatic ties between the 2 nations.
In a tweet, Jaishankar mentioned full normalisation of relations between the UAE and Israel was mentioned through the telephonic name.
“Deeply appreciate the call today from FM HH @ABZayed of UAE. Discussed the full normalisation of relations between UAE and Israel announced yesterday,” he mentioned.
The UAE and Israel finalised the take care of an goal to normalise their bilateral relationship, seen as a significant growth in transferring forward with peace initiatives within the Middle East.
Under the deal, Israel agreed to halt plans to annex components of the West Bank which the Palestinians need as a part of an unbiased state.
Almost all of the Arab nations don’t recognise Israel and so they haven’t any diplomatic ties with it.
Jaishankar additionally held telephonic talks with Foreign Affairs Minister of Nigeria Geoffrey Onyeama.
“Just concluded a phone call with FM @GeoffreyOnyeama of Nigeria. Good discussion on the multilateral challenges facing the world. Also spoke of our development partnership. Look forward to continuing the conversation,” the exterior affairs minister tweeted. PTI