Before leaving Japan, Abe told journalists Middle East peace was a priority on his trip.
At a press conference on Tuesday, the Japanese prime minister announced a donation of about 15 million US dollars to Jordan, Lebanon and Syria to help alleviate the impact of the Syrian crisis.
From Amman, Abe flew to Israel, where he is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday.
According to Israel's Channel 10 news, Netanyahu said he was open to attending, but only if the U.S. agreed.
The investment protection treaty between the two countries will encourage more investment flows to the UAE as well as into Japan, said Abdullah al Saleh, under secretary for foreign trade affairs in the UAE ministry of economy.
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He said he will call on both Israelis and Palestinians to engage in the peace process in a constructive way.
Earlier this week, Jordan and Japan co-chaired an worldwide meeting to coordinate global efforts to fight extremism in Jordan's Red Sea port city of Aqaba.
Abe praised the renewal of oil concession agreements by Abu Dhabi to Japanese oil companies saying "bilateral relations in the field of energy have been solidified".
In February, Japan's INPEX Corp. received a 10-percent stake in Abu Dhabi's offshore Lower Zakum oilfield for 40 years after paying a fee of $600 million.
Additionally, the UAE is among Japan's top five oil exporters, coming first on the list of countries exporting LNG and second largest crude oil exporter, in addition to being Japan's eight largest trade partner. A third comes from Saudi Arabia, while a fifth of all its natural gas imports come from Qatar and the UAE, making peace across the Gulf Arab nations crucial to Japanese energy supplies.