SINGAPORE — The Center East will profit from the bilateral deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, the Emirati minister of economic system stated this week.

“Each nations will carry totally different mindsets to the desk, totally different benefits, and I believe the entire area will profit from this settlement,” Abdulla bin Touq advised CNBC’s Hadley Gamble on Wednesday. His feedback comply with a ceremony at the White House the place Bahrain and the UAE held a signing ceremony with Israel.

In August, the UAE became the third Arab country to open diplomatic ties with Israel in a U.S.-brokered deal. Bahrain followed, normalizing relations last week. Egypt and Jordan established regular ties with Israel in 1979 and 1994, respectively.

Iran, Turkey and the Palestinians have condemned the UAE and Bahrain for establishing relations with Israel. 

Bahrain International Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, U.S. President Donald Trump and UAE International Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan (L to R) attend a signing ceremony for the agreements on “normalization of relations” reached between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on the White Home in Washington.

The White Home | Shealah Craighead | Anadolu Company | Getty Photos

Bin Touq stated his nation and Israel will be taught from one another now that an “overarching settlement” is in place. “All the opposite agreements are going to return in place, from aviation, from logistics and from know-how.”

“They’re studying from us about logistics and hubs, and studying from us about tourism and connectivity,” he stated. “We will be taught from them lots on … the vitality and water and area as nicely. These are the areas that we’re really very excited on.”

Israel’s newly normalized relations with the UAE and Bahrain are consistent with the three international locations’ shared rivalry with Iran.

The agreements don’t deal with Israel’s long-running battle with the Palestinians. On Tuesday, the identical day the international locations held their ceremony on the White Home, Palestinian militants fired rockets into Israel. The Israeli army then launched airstrikes on Gaza on Wednesday.

William Wechsler of the Atlantic Council warned in a blog post last week of further instability in the Middle East as Bahrain and the UAE work overtly with Israel to counter “non-Arab regional powers.” He particularly cited Iran, Turkey and Russia.

“This new regional geopolitics is more likely to be even much less secure than even the damaging one to which we’ve got develop into accustomed, with a bigger variety of actors and a extra unsure future,” Wechsler wrote in a word on-line. He’s the director of the Rafik Hariri Middle and Center East Applications on the Atlantic Council.

— CNBC’s Ted Kemp contributed to this report.