Ever since Israel signed the Abraham Accords in Washington last September, the threat that Iran posed to Israel and the Gulf countries has widely been seen as the glue cementing those relationships.
The agreement amounts to approximately NIS 5.4 billion and includes the establishment and operation of an International Flight Training Center for the Hellenic Air Force.
On the agenda for the foreign ministers’ meetings are economic issues, security, tourism, battling coronavirus and establishing a “green corridor” for travel between the countries.
Vertis has become well-known as an ambassador for Greek music in Israel and around the world.
Ankara often invents stories of “terrorism,” including labeling decade-old tweets “terrorism” to justify its actions.
The change comes as antisemitic incidents continue to occur in Greece, as noted by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Vaccinated Israelis are able to visit Greece since the country decided to recognize the Israeli Green Pass last week.
Biden congratulated Greece on its bicentennial and expressed his commitment to further deepening strong bilateral ties.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
A mini-statue believed to have been used as a gift for Zeus between 1,050 and 700 B.C. was discovered at the archaeological site of Olympia, a sanctuary site dedicated to the god of thunder.