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It will focus on increasing trade, tourism and other programs to foster interpersonal connections between the five signatory countries.
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The Israeli energy partnership has signed an MOU to sell its 22 percent holding in the reservoir for $1.1 billion.
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The deal includes the sale of fifth generation F-35 stealth fighter jets and advanced armed drones.
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“At the end of the ceremony, the ‘El Malei Rachamim’ prayer was held and candles were lit in memory of the victims,” says local Jewish organization The House Of Ten Commandments.
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The move represents another important step in the implementation of the Abraham Accords.
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The cooperation seeks solutions that promote sustainability by mitigating the negative environmental impacts of development.
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“These deals are complex and take a great deal of time, but any one thing could spark the right opportunity for a deal to actually be announced and quickly consummated as we have seen,” former White House special envoy to the Middle East Jason Greenblatt told JNS.
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Sitting with Martin Kramer of the Shalem Center as part of the Tikvah Fund’s Jewish Leadership Conference, David Friedman said that when he entered office in the first year of the Trump administration, “the Middle East was due for some unconventional thinking.”
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