Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced via Twitter that he would be “proud” to visit Washington next week on President Trump’s invitation to formally establish the peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.

According to Walla News, the Israeli delegation to the ceremony will be headed by Netanyahu, while the Emirati delegation will be headed by Foreign Minister Abdullah Bin Zayed of the Emirati Royal Family.’

The report about the signing ceremony, scheduled for Sept. 15, follows Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner’s trip to Abu Dhabi with senior Israeli officials last week to cement the Israel-UAE normalization deal announced by the administration in mid-August.

Under the agreement, the two countries have agreed to exchange embassies and increase cooperation in trade, security, education, tourism, and other areas, with Israel also agreeing to temporarily suspend plans to annex much of the West Bank and the Jordan Valley.