The head of Israel’s liaison office in Morocco, David Govrin, announced his Twitter account the signing of an agreement for the construction of the headquarters of the future Israeli embassy in Rabat. David Govrin said: “I am very pleased to share with you this photo, which reflects one of the historic moments I experienced with my team. The contract for the construction of the headquarters of the permanent embassy of Israel in Morocco was signed on Monday with Moroccan architects and a construction company.
He added: “With the help of God, we begin a new era that enshrines our special relationship with Morocco,” concluded the diplomat. This announcement comes after a series of visits by Israeli ministers and officials to Morocco, including the Minister of Regional Cooperation, Issawi Frej, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice, Gideon Saar, and the Chief of Staff of the army, Aviv Kochavi, who visited the Kingdom during the month of July.