Thai officials arrive in Israel for airport security tour

July 27, 2009 14:46


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A delegation of three Thai officials arrived in Israel Sunday for a security-oriented tour of Israel's airport technologies. The five-day tour, organized by a partnership between the Israeli Embassy in Bangkok, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor and the Israel Export Institute, was scheduled to show the officials from Bangkok different sorts of airport and security technologies, ranging from cameras, software, control rooms and other devices, Tzahi Selzer, head of the economic division of the Israeli Embassy in Bangkok, told The Jerusalem Post on Monday. The visitors will hear from security officials at airports and the Ministry of the Interior. Calling Thailand Israel's best friend in the Far East, Selzer, the main representative accompanying the visitors, said that the officials recognize that Israel has the best security in the world and that two countries have been engaging in trade and technology research for many years.

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