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Bahrain’s ministerial delegation visited Israel with the aim of expanding bilateral relations in the field of trade and tourism.

Bahrain's ministerial delegation visited Israel with the aim of expanding bilateral relations in the field of trade and tourism.

△ On December 2, the Israeli Foreign Minister (right) met with the Bahraini Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism in Jerusalem (Photo Source: Government of Israel Media Office)

December 2nd local time, Bahrain’s Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism Arzani, who is visiting Israel, said that Bahrain hopes to open a two-way direct flight with Israel as soon as possible, when many tourists will arrive in Israel from the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

It is reported that a 40-member Bahraini ministerial delegation visited Israel to expand bilateral relations in the field of trade and tourism.

In a meeting with Arzani, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said that Israelis and Bahrainis are eager to embrace each other, understand each other, and strengthen ties in various fields.

Netanyahu is reportedly expected to visit Bahrain later this month, which will be the first official visit to Arab Gulf countries by an Israeli Prime Minister.

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