Trump was asked at a White House press conference on the 19th whether he expected Saudi Arabia and Israel to reach a normalization agreement similar to the one reached by the United Arab Emirates and Israel on the 13th, it was reported on the 20th. In response, trump said, “I hope so.” According to the agreement on normalization of Arab Israeli relations with the help of trump, Israel has agreed to suspend its annexation plan of the occupied West Bank. Also on the 19th, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister, Jubail, made his first official comment on the issue after the announcement of the Arab Israeli agreement. He said Saudi Arabia will still follow the Arab peace initiative reached in 2002 and maintain peaceful relations with Israel. In 2002, Saudi Arabia launched an initiative for peace in the Middle East at the Beirut summit of the League of Arab States, emphasizing that the Arab countries should normalize their relations with Israel in exchange for Israel’s withdrawal from occupied territories such as the West Bank of Jordan River and the Gaza Strip, so that the Palestinian state can be established in accordance with the 1967 borders, and then in accordance with UN resolution 194 A just solution to the problem of Palestine refugees. This initiative has been rejected by the Israeli government and has not been implemented.