November 23 - Israel agreed on Sunday to give a visa exemption to the United Arab Emirates. It is Israel's "first ever such agreement with an Arab country.The ministers voted unanimously to approve the treaty, which was signed in Tel Aviv last month," a report notes.
“This is an important step for mutual tourism,” Netanyahu said. “It will open and strengthen the ties between the countries [such as] the economic ties. I believe that the citizens of Israel and the whole world see the tremendous change we are making in our region," the Jerusalem Post reports. The UAE approved the same measures for Israelis.
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