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The parties recognize the important role of science, technology and innovation in the growth of several key sectors and strengthen joint action and cooperation in scientific and technological progress. These include promoting scientific cooperation and exchanges, including between scientists, research institutions and academic institutions, the creation of common research and development centres, and research on the possibility of joint funding of research and research projects in certain areas of common interest. The parties reaffirm their common desire to promote cooperation between them as a key element in economic development and the development of closer links between human beings and cultural ties. To this end, the contracting parties facilitate the exchange of information on advertisements, published and audiovisual advertising materials and participation in tourist fairs. They also cooperate to promote joint tourism projects and packages among tour operators to promote tourism from third countries. They are working on reciprocal study trips to increase knowledge about the development, management and commercialization of cultural heritage, cultural and rural tourism, in order to diversify and deepen tourism links between them; and strive to use national marketing budgets to promote reciprocal tourism between states. The parties strengthen and strengthen their cooperation in the areas of innovation, trade and economic relations, so that the dividends of peace are felt in their societies. Recognizing that the principle of the free movement of goods and services should serve as a guide to their relations and the potential for diversification of bilateral trade opportunities, the parties are cooperating to enable favourable conditions for trade and the removal of trade barriers. Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn, however, questioned the fact that the agreement would bring stability to the region, said that without a two-state solution, there would be no stability, and said that the United Arab Emirates had abandoned the Palestinians with the agreement.  The State Department then issued a statement on its part in which it stated that it was not critical of the peace agreement, but stressed that it was important for Arab states, especially the Gulf States, to support a Palestinian state in accordance with the two-state solution.  to formalize a normalized relationship between them.