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Israel and the United Arab Emirates have begun to market tourism packages combining the two Abraham Accords countries-Zamkuwire

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An Etihad Airways Boeing 787-9 "Dreamliner" aircraft displays Israeli and Emirati flags after landing at Israel's Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv, on April 6, 2021.
JACK GUEZ / AFPAn Etihad Airways Boeing 787-9 “Dreamliner” aircraft displays Israeli and Emirati flags after landing at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv, on April 6, 2021.
Initiative by tourism ministries one of the steps agreed to at the Negev Summit last March

Israel and the United Arab Emirates have begun to market tourism packages combining the two Abraham Accords countries, Hebrew media reported on Wednesday.

Relations have blossomed since the US-brokered normalization agreement was signed in 2020, including the new joint campaign by the tourism ministries.

The tourism initiative was one of the steps agreed to at the Negev Summit which Israel hosted last March that involved the foreign ministers of Israel, Bahrain, Egypt, Morocco and the UAE, as well as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

According to the Kan report, the tourism campaign is being managed in phases, with the first phase focusing on the North American tourism industry – with about 10 large travel agencies starting to market the 12-day tourism packages to Israel and the UAE.

“The Negev conference convened by Yair Lapid strengthened the relationship between the countries, and we are working to build many collaborations that will enrich the state coffers, drive the economy and generally do good for the citizens of Israel,” Israel’s Tourism Minister Yoel Razvozov said.

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