On Tuesday, the Israeli government announced that an agreement had been reached for the construction of the Israeli Embassy in Morocco.
David Govrin, the Israeli ambassador, posted a message on Twitter that read, “I am delighted to share this photo of this historic occasion of signing the contract to build a permanent embassy in Morocco.” Govrin also included a photo of the event.
According to the Israeli envoy, this move “heralds a new era” in Israel’s relations with Morocco.
Regarding the report, Moroccan officials did not provide any comment or reply.
Morocco was the fourth Arab country to normalize relations with Israel in 2020, following in the footsteps of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Sudan. This action, which Palestinians referred to as a “stab in the back,” was opposed by other Arab nations.