JERUSALEM – Israel’s bureau sanctioned on Sunday a shared visa exception to manage the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
“We have endorsed a visa exception arrangement among Israel and the United Arab Emirates,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu composed on Twitter.
The arrangement reinforces monetary ties and complementary the travel industry between the two nations, as indicated by Netanyahu. “This is the main Arab nation with which we have consented to such an arrangement,” he said.
The arrangement comes as Israel and the UAE are attempting to heat up their ties in the wake of marking on Sept 15 a US-facilitated arrangement to standardize relations.
The move came after the UAE sanctioned the arrangement before in November.