The agreements were another interim agreement or a new stage, but negotiations resulting from the agreements have slowed down for several reasons. These included the inability to involve Jordanians in the talks; The colonial controversy; indecision of future discussions on autonomy; domestic opposition, carried by both Begin and Sadat and, in Sadat`s case, by the ostracism and anger of the Arab world; the emergence of a cold peace between Egypt and Israel; Changes in foreign policy priorities, including the discontinuity of staff engaged in maintaining the negotiation process.  Sinai was repatriated to Egypt in 1979 as part of an Israeli-Egyptian peace agreement, but the rest of the occupied territories remained under Israeli control. A group of Israelis called for the permanent annexation of these areas, and in the late 1970s, nationalist Jewish settlers moved into the territories to achieve this goal. This criticism is not unjustified. Israel has shown little interest in negotiations with the Palestinians, as it has strengthened its control over the West Bank and, with Egypt, has a narrow barrier around the Gaza Strip. The Trump administration has moved the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, ended or significantly reduced aid to the Palestinians, and presented a peace plan that Palestinians see as extremely unfair to their national aspirations and rights. At the same time, the leaders of Ramallah see the gradual normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates as a sign that Abu Dhabi has betrayed the Palestinian cause. For their part, the Emiratis do not want to subordinate their national interests to ineffective and corrupt Palestinian leaders. All this indicates that in the short term, any expectation of further negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority is misplaced. The parties recognize the importance of providing regular direct flights between Israel and the United Arab Emirates for passengers and cargo as an essential means for the development and promotion of their relations.
They recognize the rights, privileges and obligations recognized in the multilateral air services agreements to which they are parties and all the amendments that apply to both parties, in particular the 1944 Convention on International Civil Aviation, which was signed in Chicago on December 7, 1944, and the 1944 International Air Traffic Agreement.