The unwillingness of the Biden administration to use the term “Abraham Accords,” when all of the countries insist on it, is petty, partisan and sadly too common in today’s divided America.
With strong bipartisan support in the United States and from around the world, the UAE and Israel announced a historic normalization agreement in September 2020 that is transforming the Middle East. The Abraham Accords illustrate the similar and powerful values that the UAE and signatories share when it comes to creating a brighter future for the region and expanding opportunities for youth.
One year later, people-to-people contact is flourishing and generating activity across all areas – from business deals to cultural exchanges, healthcare partnerships and joint scientific initiatives.
With shared interests and common values, the UAE and US are close friends and strong allies. The two countries are working together to promote regional security, create economic prosperity, and address global challenges.