Hungarian Minister of Foreign Trade Peter Szijjarto (Peter Szijjarto) will be the only EU diplomatic leader to participate in the signing ceremony for the formalization of Israel-United Arab Emirates (UAE) relations scheduled for Tuesday in Washington.
According to Reuters, at the invitation of U.S. President Donald Trump, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Peter Siegato, the only minister of the European Union, will also attend the signing ceremony at the White House on Tuesday.
The spokesperson added that Sizierto will also hold talks with Trump’s female son and chief adviser Jared Kushner.
"Hungary continues to support peace efforts in the Middle East, and we will continue to stand up internationally.
The historical agreement for the normalization of diplomatic relations will be signed at the White House Garden in Washington on Tuesday," Szijjartow added: "It is an honor, according to The invitation received last night, they hope that Hungary will serve as a representative of the Minister of Foreign Affairs."
On Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that signing the agreement is more than just a formal recognition of the agreement with the UAE. Relationship and mark the transaction as a peace treaty.
"This is a huge turning point in the history of Israel and the Middle East. Netanyahu said.
Last week, Bahrain also followed the UAE's move, making the Gulf Kingdom the fourth recognized Arab country. The country will sign a declaration of intent to achieve peace with Israel because there has not been enough time to prepare a comprehensive agreement since the declaration of its intentions.
Europe’s highest diplomat Josep Borrell welcomed the diplomatic relations between the two countries.  He emphasized, "This is a positive contribution of the two countries to peace and stability in the Middle East. "But he emphasized that "a comprehensive settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict requires a regional inclusive approach and interaction with both sides, because the agreement is another step to isolate the Palestinians.