Posted on the Facebook page of the Minister of Transportation, Miri Regev :. “Only two weeks after my conversation with the Minister of Tourism and Aviation of Morocco, Nadia Fatah Alouani”
Miri Regev, Minister of Transport and Road Safety in a Facebook post: “Only two weeks after my talks with the Moroccan Aviation Minister and thanks to the hard work of the civil aviation authorities in Israel and Morocco, we will sign a memorandum of understanding today that will allow the launch of the Ben Gurion – Casablanca airport. Thanks to the vaccines and the historic peace agreements, we will be able to turn the coming year into a year of economic momentum, which will return the economy to us and allow all Israeli citizens to enjoy a vacation and a visit to the fascinating and exciting Morocco. “
At the beginning of the month IAS website reporting On the first working conversation between the Minister of Transport, Miri Regev, and the Minister of Tourism and Transport of Morocco, Nadia Fatah Aluani, Following the peace agreement signed between the State of Israel and Morocco. In the conversation, it was agreed to promote the aviation agreements between Israel and Morocco, so that the Israeli and Moroccan airlines will operate the routes soon.
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