The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and the Israeli entity are signing the US brokered normalization agreements at the White House today, Tuesday.
The signing ceremony will be overseen by President Donald Trump, while Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be joined by the UAE's Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Bahrain's Foreign Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayan.
The Israeli delegation included representatives from the Foreign Ministry, headed by senior Kahol Lavan member Gabi Ashkenazi, who were responsible for drafting the agreements between the countries.
Trump said "about 5 different countries' might join peace deal with Israel."
The U.S. President also said during a press statement with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Oval Office that "I want Iran to be a great country... I'll make a great deal with Iran, they will be very rich."
He added this could happen after the U.S. presidential election.