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Direct Israel-Morocco flights as early as July 25, Ushpiz visits Rabat

The Israeli director-general is expected to hold talks with his Moroccan counterpart and other top officials in Rabat to discuss ways to advance and strengthen diplomatic ties.

By Jerusalem Post, July 7, 2021

El Al and Israir are preparing to launch direct flights to Morocco as early as July 25, as Foreign Ministry Director-General Alon Ushpiz is in Rabat this week to discuss bilateral issues including air travel.
“The flights operated by Israeli and Moroccan airlines will significantly promote tourism and business traffic between the countries,” the Foreign Ministry said.
Morocco is one of four Arab countries, along with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan, to normalize ties with Israel under the Abraham Accords brokered by former US president Donald Trump.
The pace of normalization has been more advanced with the UAE and Bahrain, less so with Morocco and Sudan.
Israel just opened its embassy in Abu Dhabi, which similarly has an embassy in Tel Aviv.
Bahrain formally appointed its ambassador to Israel, Khaled Yousef al-Jalahma, but a date for his arrival in the country has not yet been set. On Tuesday he was received by Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
Neither Israel nor Morocco have opened embassies or appointed ambassadors, although each one has a diplomatic mission in the other’s country.
Ushpiz traveled to Morocco in the aftermath of a phone conversation between Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita. The director-general is expected to hold talks with his Moroccan counterpart and with other top officials in Rabat to discuss ways to advance and strengthen diplomatic ties, the Foreign Ministry said.
The issue of direct flights is already on the agenda. An agreement for such flights has already been signed but details have yet to be finalized. Flights are expected to be launched shortly, but despite the airlines’ schedule, no absolute flight dates have been set.

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