Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Will Be Making A Historic Visit To The UAE During The National Day Holidays 


Following the normalising ties between Israel and the UAE in a US-brokered deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is all set to visit the UAE and Bahrain in the first week of December 2020 for his first official visit.

Reports suggest that Netanyahu banned Israeli ministers from visiting the UAE until he made his first historic trip to the country… and now it’s all just falling in place for the 71-year-old Prime Minister.

Just recently Israel’s cabinet approved a mutual visa exemption agreement with the UAE on Sunday, November 22 – making it the FIRST-EVER agreement of it’s kind with an Arab country

Ministers of the Middle Eastern country voted unanimously to approve the treaty, which was signed in Tel Aviv back in October.

At a weekly cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu added that,

This is the first Arab country with which we have signed such an agreement and this is a step that will facilitate reciprocal tourism.

UAE authorities are reminding all visitors and residents in the country to wear their face mask when in public at ALL TIMES.

Those who fail to comply with the country’s strict COVID-19 regulations will be subject to face a penalty of AED3,000.

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