Donald Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize, UAE-Israel pact became the reason

US President Donald Trump has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. He was nominated for a peace deal between UAE-Israel. Christian Taibring of the Norway Parliament nominated the US President.

Taibring is a four-time member of Norway’s parliament and is part of NATO’s parliamentary assembly. He credited Trump for playing an important role in establishing better relations between the UAE and Israel.

He told Fox News, “More than others nominated for the Nobel Prize, Trump has tried to establish peace between the countries.” Taibring also praised Trump for recalling a large number of troops from the Middle East.

In the nomination letter for Trump, Taibring wrote, ‘As the expectation is that other Middle Eastern countries will follow in the footsteps of the United Arab Emirates, the agreement could be a game-changer that will transform the Middle East into an area of ​​cooperation and prosperity’.

Significantly, in August, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Israel made a historic agreement, forgetting decades-old rivalry. US President Donald Trump played a role in the deal. Under the agreement, Israel agreed to relinquish its claim to the West Bank area of ​​Palestine. At the same time, the UAE agreed to restore full diplomatic relations with Israel. It became the first Gulf country to do so.

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