Dubai Develops Tourism with "Israel," Signs Contract
Israeli media reports that the department will work on developing and increasing tourism from "Israel" to Dubai.
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing chooses the Israeli TAL Aviation as a representative to "Israel."
Israeli media reported that the company will work on developing and expanding the scope of tourism from "Israel" to Dubai as part of an agreement recently signed between the two parties, indicating that this partnership would "enhance" Dubai's touristic position.
The statement issued Sunday morning said that TAL Aviation would expand the number of touristic possibilities available in Dubai. The company added that it would place Dubai among its global cities for receiving international tourists, including Israeli ones.
The statement added that the company would also work on showcasing several tourist attractions in Dubai, including various shopping malls, hotels, and amenities.
Last month, the UAE opened an Embassy in "Israel" after the two parties signed a normalization agreement as part of the US-sponsored "Abraham Accords," which also included Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco.
The UAE opened its embassy in "Israel" after the Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs, Yair Lapid, visited the UAE and opened an Israeli embassy in Abu Dhabi, as well as a consulate in Dubai.