UAE opens embassy in Israel to improve trade
18 July 2021 | 5:58 pm
With an embassy in Tel Aviv, the UAE has plans to broaden economic ties with Israel after tourism, aviation and financial services deals. Israel's president called diplomatic ties to the UAE a milestone toward peace.
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