"We support the historic Abrahamic agreements and look forward to expanding their scope to include other countries," he added.
Blinken pointed out that "cooperation between the UAE and Israel in the fight against climate change can benefit the region and the world."
For his part, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said that his country's relationship with the "UAE is based on partnership and friendship, combating violence and terrorism and spreading tolerance," noting that "Israel and the UAE have become partners on the basis of common values."
"We are writing a new chapter in history on the basis of hope," he added.
Regarding the Iranian nuclear agreement, Yair Lapid pointed out that "every delay in resuming the nuclear agreement talks brings Iran closer to being able to produce a nuclear weapon."
"Iran has become a threat to security in the region by developing its nuclear system and getting close to producing ballistic missiles," he added. "We cannot allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon."
In this context, the UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, affirmed that "the UAE looks forward to ending the conflict in Yemen as soon as possible and cooperating with the international community for its reconstruction," adding, "There should not be a new "Hezbollah" in Yemen. threatens the borders of Saudi Arabia."