The parties recognize the need for mutually beneficial cooperation in the further development of telecommunications, information and postal technologies. They note the creation of direct communications services, including telephone lines, between them, and agree to promote direct mail exchanges, submarine cables and e-commerce solutions, as well as the use of available satellite systems, fibre optic communications and broadcasting services, in accordance with relevant international conventions and regulations. The parties will work to develop a framework for ICT innovation, including advanced fixed and wireless communications, cooperation in 5G networks, smart cities and the use of ICT solutions to promote innovation and the creation of the best services. Amira Hass wrote that the agreement was the result of the Palestinian Authority`s continued neglect of relations with the United Arab Emirates. According to hate, diplomatic relations were severed in 2012 by the PLO to deny the UAE`s good relations with Mohammed Dahlan, the political enemy of PLO President Mahmoud Abbas. The PNA`s animosity towards the UAE continued to June 2020, when the PLO rejected aid sent by the UAE during the COVID-19 pandemic, by the grounds that it was it was felt without prior agreement and through an Israeli airport. Hatred is a PLO more concerned with domestic politics than with governance, which contributes to economic decline and strained external relations.  In Somaliland, Bashe Omar Awil, sent to Kenya, welcomed the normalization between the two countries. This is a key example of the importance of bilateral cooperation for regional stability.
  You can now travel to Dubai and Abu Dhabi (and perhaps soon to Morocco, Sudan and Oman). This agreement could partly remove the overwhelming sense of isolation that Israelis feel in their own neighbourhood. While Trump did not mention the Palestinians at the signing ceremony, Trump acknowledged that the normalization agreements between Israel and Arab nations were part of a broader diplomatic effort to push the Palestinians to negotiate a peace deal. The parties reaffirm their common desire to promote cooperation between them as a key element in economic development and the development of closer links between human beings and cultural ties. To this end, the contracting parties facilitate the exchange of information on advertisements, published and audiovisual advertising materials and participation in tourist fairs. They also cooperate to promote joint tourism projects and packages among tour operators to promote tourism from third countries. They are working on reciprocal study trips to increase knowledge about the development, management and commercialization of cultural heritage, cultural and rural tourism, in order to diversify and deepen tourism links between them; and strive to use national marketing budgets to promote reciprocal tourism between states.