Israel Approves Deal to Upgrade Ties with Morocco

Israeli Government on Sunday approved a deal which seeks to upgrade ties with Morocco.

Morocco is the fourth Arab country to do so after United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Sudan.

Though the Israeli cabinet has approved the deal, which is a parting foreign policy push by the former Donald Trump administration, the agreement will now go to Israel’s parliament for ratification.

Palestinians have censured the accords, seeing a betrayal of a long-standing demand that Israel first meets their demand for statehood.

Israel’s economy ministry announced on Sunday that the countries have reached an agreement to promote trade and economic collaboration in fields including regulation and innovation.

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The ministry said both sides were interested in signing the deal in about two weeks.

The UAE on Sunday approved establishing an embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel’s business centre.

Israel and the UAE agreed to normalise relations in August.

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