Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi said the agreement would pave the way for peace agreements with other nations and welcomed the suspension of unilateral annexation. Yesh Atid`s chairman Yair Lapid welcomed the agreement as a “important step” for normalization with the UAE and said it showed mutual agreements are the path to be path to be path for Israel`s relations with other nations, instead of unilateral steps like annexation. The president of the Israeli Workers` Party, Amir Peretz, also shared this view and said that Israel`s development and security were in such agreements. He hoped for a similar agreement with the Palestinians.  Following the Protocol of the Parties signed between the Parties in Abu Dhabi on 1 September 2020, the parties are cooperating to deepen and rapidly expand bilateral investment relations and place a high priority on the conclusion of financial and investment agreements, while recognizing the key role of these agreements in the economic development of the parties and the Middle East as a whole. The parties reaffirm their commitment to protecting investors, consumers, market integrity and financial stability and maintaining all applicable regulatory standards. The parties also recognize that they should jointly promote regional economic development and trade in goods and services and strive to promote cooperation in strategic regional infrastructure projects and envisage the creation of a multilateral working group on the Tracks for Regional Peace project. Prime Minister Imran Khan said on 18 August that Pakistan would never recognize Israel until a Palestinian state was created, no matter what another country did, a statement consistent with the vision of Pakistani founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Mr. Imran Khan added that it was necessary to think about the injustices suffered by the Palestinians before trying to normalize relations with Israel.
 And it was quick. Mr. Trump surrounded himself in the Oval Office with a large delegation of aides and officials who received exuberant praise for him, and joked that the agreement should be called the “Donald J. Trump Accord.” At a later briefing, White House National Security Adviser Robert C. O`Brien even announced that the president would win the Nobel Peace Prize. Other experts also lament that the Trump administration is not using its leverage with the UAE for actual peace – that is, applying pressure to compel the Emiratis and Saudis to draw down their U.S.-backed war effort in Yemen. A recent New York Times report found mounting concerns among State Department officials over U.S. culpability in Yemeni civilian casualties at the hands of the Saudi-led coalition. Violence there – and the American role in its ability – is expected to be the subject of a congressional hearing on Wednesday. Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to the President of the United States, condemned Kuwait`s position. However, according to Al Jazeera, his conviction was widely shared on the Internet as positive.  However, the Government of Kuwait itself has remained silent on the agreement.