US President Donald Trump is nominated for Noble Peace Prize for his role in negotiating a deal between Israel and UAE (United Arab Emirates). The nomination was submitted by Four-term member of Norwegian Parliament Christian Tybring-Gjedde, who is also the chairman of the Norwegian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
Groundbreaking deal earns Trump Peace Prize nomination
According to Tybring-Gjedde that the tremendous contribution of President Trump to the peace between Israel and UAE is worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize. Tybring-Giedde added that. Despite of what Trump says and does in the States, he has a strong chance of winning it this time. Last year, Tybring- Gjedde nominated Trump for his efforts with North Korea. Trump said that he deserves the honor for his efforts for Syria and North Korea but probably would never receive the honor.
‘Historic deal’ paves the way for peace
Last month, Donald Trump tweeted that the United States has helped to negotiate the ‘historic deal’ between Israel and the UAE. He added that the Trump administration has played a key role to set up the relations between the two countries.
The two middle east countries Israel and UAE struck a historic deal on August 13 which aims to fully normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the peace deal, Israel has agreed to suspend declaring sovereignty over the areas outlined in Donald Trump ‘s ‘Vision for Peace’.
Stepping stone for cooperation and prosperity among middle-east countries
The peace deal is observed as a stepping stone that will advance peace throughout the middle west region. This historic diplomatic pact helps the region to access and unlock the great potential that lies within the countries. This deal could be a gamechanger that will inspire other Middle East countries that could help the region to walk up the path of cooperation and prosperity.
The former US President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between people.”