As part of his official visit to Morocco, Israeli Justice Minister Gideon Sa’ar plans to sign a memorandum of legal cooperation with his Moroccan counterpart.
David Govrin, the Israeli ambassador to Morocco, recently took to Twitter to express the following thoughts: “Mr. Abdellatif Wehbe” has invited Mr. Sa’ar to make his first official visit to Morocco, and we are pleased to welcome him here.
“The two sides are likely to issue a joint declaration for legal collaboration between the two countries to modernize and digitize legal systems,” he said.
Regional Cooperation Minister Issawi Freij will also pay a visit, as reported by Govrin, where he will “meet with numerous Moroccan ministries.”
The Israeli army’s chief of general staff, Aviv Kohavi, met with Moroccan officials last week to discuss cooperation defense industry initiatives.
As of December 2020, Israel and Morocco have agreed to restore diplomatic relations, which had been severed during the commencement of the Second Intifada.
Since 2020, Morocco has become the fourth Arab country to consent to normalization with Israel.