Agreement Abraham

The parties recognize the importance of providing regular direct flights between Israel and the United Arab Emirates for passengers and cargo as an essential means for the development and promotion of their relations. They recognize the rights, privileges and obligations recognized in the multilateral air services agreements to which they are parties and all the amendments that apply to both parties, in particular the 1944 Convention on International Civil Aviation, which was signed in Chicago on December 7, 1944, and the 1944 International Air Traffic Agreement. As a result, the parties will conclude as soon as possible all necessary civil aviation agreements and arrangements and therefore strive to create an international air corridor between their two states, in accordance with international law. They also conclude and conclude the necessary visa and consular agreements and arrangements to facilitate the movement of citizens of both states. Recognising the importance of a supportive legal framework for the movement of people and goods and for the promotion of an ongoing business-friendly environment between them, the parties strive to agree with each other the broadest possible level of legal cooperation, particularly with regard to mutual legal assistance in civil and commercial matters, in accordance with their national legislation. [1] The full text of the Abaraham Agreements and the agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates/Bahrain are available in CNN, September 16, 2020, www.cnn.com/2020/09/15/politics/israel-uae-abraham-accords-documents/index.html. These agreements concluded before this treaty enters into force will enter into force as soon as this treaty enters into force, unless otherwise stated. The principles of cooperation agreed in certain areas are attached to this treaty and are an integral part of this treaty.

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