The Abraham Accords

The Abraham Accords are a series of declarations regarding the normalization of diplomatic relations between Israel and other Arab states. The first agreement was signed between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, closely followed by Bahrain, both in September 2020.

These accords are sponsored by the US and allow the signing partners to expand their cooperation on diverse common interests such as economy, energy, or security.  

Currently, besides Israel, the UAE, and Bahrain, the Accords have been signed by Sudan and Morocco.

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