The Greek Foreign Ministry congratulated the two nations and called it a victory for diplomacy in the hope that it had brought peace to the region.  Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Zelensky made a phone call to Netanyahu.  Other nations, such as Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Romania and Kosovo, also welcomed the agreement.    The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry spoke of an “extraordinary diplomatic breakthrough” that could change the future of the Middle East in the hope that it would bring peace and improve the lives of the people of the Middle East, and congratulated both countries.  Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz discussed the agreement with UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan by telephone and congratulated him and said cooperation was needed to resolve the Middle East`s problems. He also welcomed the suspension of Israeli annexation plans and hoped that the Israeli-Palestinian dialogue would resume.  Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said that the agreement should be continued by abandoning any plan to annex parts of the West Bank and that if the agreement could lead to its withdrawal from the Palestinian territories, it would bring the Middle East closer to peace. Otherwise, the Arab-Israeli conflict would only get worse.  According to the Emirati government, the agreement “immediately halts” Israeli plans to annex parts of the West Bank and offers Israel and the Palestinians the opportunity to resume negotiations to end their conflict. Israeli officials use the word “suspend.” The difference in language represents the policy that the leader of each country faces. In the case of the United Arab Emirates, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed clearly felt compelled to show that normal relations with the United Arab Emirates were not free for Israelis. For Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the use of the term “suspend” is an attempt to appease pro-annexist groups and groups that have already criticized the agreement. Malaysia stated that the agreement was a sovereign right of the United Arab Emirates, but that it would continue to support Israel`s withdrawal from the Palestinian territories.
 The Philippine Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement in which it welcomed the agreement and hoped it would contribute to peace and security in the Middle East.  The parties are strengthening and expanding their cooperation in the areas of innovation, trade and economic relations, so that the dividends of peace can be felt in their societies.