If Iran is serious about negotiations and wants a new commitment, it must refrain from further provocations and return to compliance.
With their economies hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the UAE and Israel are hoping for rapid dividends from the normalisation deal.
The two sides agreed to establish peaceful diplomatic relations and co-operate in a number of fields, entering into seven agreements.
The legitimate government and the Houthi militia will exchange over 1,000 prisoners, the largest number since the conflict erupted in 2014.
The US served as a facilitator during the talks, which were held under the auspices of the UN in the Lebanese border town of Naqoura.
Iraqi and Saudi leaders have voiced concern over Iran's unrelenting effort to sow discord and continue its expansionist activities in the region.
Iran has chastised the peace agreements brokered by the US and signed by the UAE and Bahrain, because 'peace threatens its very purpose', observers say.
During a new round of talks, government officials discussed a draft joint declaration to restore the political process in Yemen.
'Real change is what the people of Lebanon are demanding, and the US is going to use its diplomatic presence and capabilities to make sure that we get that outcome,' Pompeo said.
The legitimate government has rejected the Houthis' attempts to split the first phase of the prisoner exchange into two stages.