Israel Opens Embassy in Bahrain, Three Years After Normalizing Ties – Gulf Insider

Israel officially opened its embassy in Bahrain on Monday, three years after both sides normalized ties. Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen attended an official ceremony for the opening of the diplomatic mission during a visit to Bahrain which included a delegation of businessmen and government officials.

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“The (Bahrain) foreign minister and I agreed that we should work together to increase the number of direct flights, the tourism, the trade volume, the investments,” Cohen said during the ceremony.
Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Abdullatif Al-Zayani said the inauguration of the embassy “signifies our shared commitment to security and prosperity for all the peoples of our region.”

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The normalization deal between Bahrain and Israel was part of a series of agreements, known as the Abraham Accords, which were also signed with the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Sudan

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