Israel minister of tourism, Yoel Razvozov, has requested his nation’s Arab neighbours to “come for a visit” within the spirit of the Abraham Accords and a peaceable future.
“The signing of the Abraham Accords final 12 months was a historic, watershed second for the Middle East that marked the start of a wholly new chapter for the area.
“It represents a decision to build a better future together that will benefit all of our people,” Razvozov stated in a speech on the launch of the Israel Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.
“We consider that with a view to attain a greater tomorrow, one ought to select sensible and optimistic actions right now.
“So, I’m delighted to invite all of you to come and visit my country. Come and see for yourself what Israel is really about,” the tourism minister added.
Israel’s participation at Expo 2020 Dubai is a “dream come true” made attainable by the normalisation of diplomatic relations with the United Arab Emirates, in accordance with Menachem Gantz, the Israel pavilion spokesperson and communications supervisor.
In a latest interview with the Expo News Service, Gantz stated: “This is a historic second.
“The Expo in Dubai is historic, and it’s particularly historic for Israel. It is the primary time that Israel can take part in such a world exhibition in an Arab nation.
“We are very, more than happy and we perceive that this dream-come-true can also be because of the partnership we’ve with the UAE.
“We thank the host country for giving us the opportunity.”