“If Israel views the agreement as an incentive to end the occupation and return the right to freedom of the Palestinian people and the establishment of its independent state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, the region will move towards a just peace. But if Israel does not, the conflict will deepen and threaten the entire region,” Foreign Minister Ayman al-Safadi said in a statement. The agreement between Israel and the UAE to move towards fully normalized relations is also welcome news for all those who want to see a stable and prosperous Israel in peace and security alongside all its regional neighbors,” the statement said. “This is just recent proof that dialogue and diplomacy are the path to long-term security, instead of unilateral actions and war will.” Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn questioned that the agreement brings stability to the region, said there would be no stability without a two-state solution and said the UAE had abandoned the Palestinians with the deal.  Later, the Foreign Ministry issued a statement in which it stated that it did not criticize the peace agreement, but stressed that it was important for Arab states, especially the Gulf countries, to support the Palestinian state in accordance with the two-state solution.  Spain welcomed the agreement to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and hopes that “Israel`s commitment to suspend the annexation of parts of the West Bank will become permanent,” a statement from the country`s foreign ministry said. The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement in which it stressed that as a member of the United Nations Security Council and the Middle East Quartet, it supports the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. . . .