On the evening of August 13 local time, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called for an emergency summit of Arab States in response to the normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. On the evening of the 13th, leaders of Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States said that the United Arab Emirates would establish full diplomatic relations with Israel, and the agreement would make Israel stop its plan to annex land in the West Bank of the Jordan River. The agreement makes the UAE the first Gulf Arab state to establish diplomatic relations with Israel and the third Arab state to establish diplomatic relations with Israel. Before that, only Egypt and Jordan had diplomatic relations with Israel. In a speech to Israel, Prime Minister Netanyahu said: we will never give up our rights on our land, and the annexation plan has not changed. Netanyahu said the UAE claimed that the annexation plan had stopped, but the reality was that President trump had only asked for a temporary suspension of the annexation plan. Mr. Netanyahu did not elaborate on the topic.