France Welcomes Israel-UAE Agreement, Says Positive Action

France welcomes Israel-UAE agreement, says positive action to normalize relations. France on Thursday strongly welcomed the agreement between the Israel-United Arab Emirates.

France has described it as a positive initiative between the two countries. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said that France welcomed the announcement to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, which are important regional partners for us.

He said the Israeli authorities’ decision to suspend the attack in Palestinian territories is a positive step. The Foreign Minister expressed the hope that the Israel-UAE agreement would also be helpful for the Israeli and Palestinian negotiations and would be effective in ending the growing tension between the two states. He said that this would promote regional peace.

Israeli citizens allowed in 3 European countries
In view of the economic situation of the country, Israel has decided that its citizens can now travel to three European countries.

Israel has decided to allow three European countries – Bulgaria, Croatia and Greece. This process will be implemented from Sunday amid the ongoing infection due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.

The Corona cabinet of Israel took this decision on Thursday. It said that tourists visiting these three countries will have to undergo a lab test three days before departure.

Israeli ministries and the National Security Council issued a joint statement stating this. At the same time, the condition of tourists not quarantined on going to these countries and on return to Israel.

600 Israeli tourists will be given entry into Greece and allowed to stay in Thessaloniki, Athens, Corfu, and Crete. They have to be filled in the health and personal details form.

The Israeli government is currently working on the travel of business people whose foreign visits are necessary for the country’s economy. On 20 July, Israeli gave an exemption to travel restrictions, which would remain in force until 1 September.

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