Moroccan FM: Diplomatic Missions Will Open In Tel Aviv, Rabat In Two Weeks
Normalization deal sealed by King Mohammed VI in the presence of Israel’s National Security Adviser, Kushner
Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said on Tuesday that following the normalization agreement with Israel, diplomatic missions in Tel Aviv and Rabat will open in two weeks time, Hebrew media reported.
The minister confirmed that Morocco’s King Mohammed VI has formalized relations with Israel in a signing ceremony with Israel’s National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat and US Senior Advisor Jared Kushner.
Bourita further stated that the north African state and the Jewish state will soon launch direct flights to one another and finalize all agreements until the end of January 2021.
The first Israel-Morocco direct commercial flight landed in Rabat Tuesday to mark the latest US-brokered diplomatic normalization deal between the Jewish state and an Arab country.
Earlier on Tuesday, the first Israel-Morocco direct commercial flight landed in Rabat to mark the latest historic US-brokered diplomatic breakthrough between Israel and an Arab country.
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