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Entertainment direct flights between Tel Aviv and Marrakech on the normalization of diplomatic relations

16:25  25 july  2021
16:25  25 july  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Israel-Morocco / El Al Arlns (photo): direct flights between Tel Aviv and Marrakech on the background of diplomatic relations

by Steven Scheer

Jerusalem July 25 (Reuters) - Two Israeli airlines inaugurated Sunday a direct trade link between Tel Aviv and Marrakech as part of the standardization of relations between Israel and Morocco agreed under the United States last year last year .

The flight 553 of the Israeli airline El Al Israel Airlines took off at 11:35 (8:35 GMT) for a journey of six hours. An apparatus of Israeli Israel Airport also took off at 8:15 (05:15 GMT) towards Morocco.

A third Israeli company, Arkia, as well as Royal Air Maroc must also open lines next month.

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"This link will contribute to promoting tourism, trade and economic cooperation between the two countries," said Israeli Tourism Minister Yoel Razvozov.

EL AL plans to operate up to five flights a week to Morocco, which has hosted one of the most important and prosperous Jewish communities in North Africa and the Middle East for centuries until The founding of Israel in 1948. Some 3,000 Jews still live in Morocco and hundreds of thousands of Israelis claim a Moroccan ancestry.

After the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan, the Hebrew State opened a new diplomatic chapter in December 2020 with Morocco thanks to a rapprochement between Israel and Arab countries. (Report Steven Scheer, French version Claude CHEndJOU, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)

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