Zionist Entity to Open First ‘Diplomatic Mission’ in Abu Dhabi: Report
The Zionist entity will inaugurate for the first time an official diplomatic mission in Abu Dhabi in the coming weeks, Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, reported on Friday.
The daily quoted a senior Israeli official as saying on condition of anonymity that the new legation will be officially accredited to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), which is based in Abu Dhabi.
Haaretz added that the director-general of Israel’s Foreign Ministry, Dore Gold, visited Abu Dhabi on Tuesday to participate in the biannual meeting of IRENA’s Council.
“The meeting was to discuss the future activities and budgetary issues pertaining to the organization’s members, but the main purpose of the trip was to finalize the opening of the mission. During the three days of his visit, Gold met with IRENA Director-General Adnan Amin and discussed with him the opening of the mission,” the daily said.
A senior official in al-Quds (Jerusalem) said that diplomat Rami Hatan has been appointed to head the Israeli legation, and will depart for Abu Dhabi in the near future, the report said.
The official added that “office space for the new mission has already been found and that it is undergoing final preparations before the formal opening.”