The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has officially opened its embassy in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.
“The UAE and Israel are two innovative countries, and we can harness this creativity to work towards a more prosperous and sustainable future for our countries and region,” said the Emirati ambassador to the Zionist occupation entity, Mohammed Al Khaja.
For his part, the new Zionist president, Isaac Herzog, described the embassy in his opening speech, as “an important milestone in the growing relations between our two countries.”
This step comes about two weeks after the occupation entity opened an embassy and consulate in the UAE.
The opening of the embassy comes in the context of the open defection of various Arab states to the Zionist entity, at the expense of the Palestinian people.