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Israel-UAE trade reaches $700 million

Israel’s representative in Dubai said there is going to be a “surge” of business between Israel and the Emirates.
An Israeli air force mechanic inspects an F-16 fighter during the Blue Flag multinational air defense exercise.

Bilateral trade between Israel and the United Arab Emirates has reached $700 million in value since the Abraham Accords, an Israeli diplomat said today.

Israel’s Consul-General in Dubai Ilan Sztulman Starosta said that trade has totaled this figure in spite of coronavirus-related travel restrictions to Israel.

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