Local Jews are eager for the tourists to return, but with most flights into Baku on hold, including from Tel Aviv, that prospect remains far off.
According to the survey, 94.4% of tourists ranked their visit to Israel as good to excellent.
The sponsorship goes along with the philosophy of the team, to present Israel as a normal society with normal people living normal lives, in the hopes that will attract visitors and warm relations.
Israel’s slow response has led to losses in the billions of dollars, and tens of thousands of jobs in the tourism industry have been wiped out.
Sar-El ‒ a Hebrew acronym for “service to Israel” ‒ is an extraordinary organization.
The initiative aims at bringing to Israel, and more specifically Jerusalem, thousands of tourists, hi-tech companies and exchange students.
Industry experts predict hotel revenue rates to return to 2019 levels by 2025 thanks to Israel's resilience.
The exhibition offers a variety of photographs depicting the dead sea from various and unusual perspectives, revealing, according to the organizers, some of its vivacious aspects.
On Tuesday UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on world governments to “rebuild the tourism sector”, which creates 100 million jobs globally, in an ecologically minded way.
The video includes Israel's cityscapes, including Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, as well as other famous land marks, such as the Dead Sea, Eilat, Galillee and the Negev.