All Round View (Peshawar): Israel and UAE have agreed for visa-free travel for their citizens, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Tuesday.
The first official UAE representative landed in Israel at Ben Gurion airport on Tuesday.
The PM said, “We are making history today. This is the first official visit from the UAE. Today, we sign four agreements that will change matters in terms of economy, science, technology, and aviation”
In a press conference organized at Ben Gurion airport, Netanyahu said with the visa exemption, nationals from both countries can travel across the border
Netanyahu with the participation of US Secretary of the Treasury Steven Menuhin and UAE Minister of State for Financial Affairs Obaid Humaid Al Tayer and the UAE Minister of Economy Abdulla Bin Touq Al-Marri is hosting a trilateral summit meeting.
Israel and the UAE agreed to normalize their relationship with each other in August and a US-brokered Abraham Accords was signed on 15 September at the White House opening a new era in Arab-Jewish relations. UAE is the first GCC country and the third Arab nation to normalize the chains with Israel. Cabinets of both countries have formalized the deal.
Israel’s Transportation Ministry said on Sunday, The United Arab Emirates and Israel will also sign a deal allowing 28 weekly flights between Israel’s Ben Gurion airport, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi, Israel’s Transportation Ministry said on Sunday.
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