Members of Moroccan delegation receive anti-Covid-19 vaccine in Israel

Head of Morocco's liaison office in Israel. / DR
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Members of a Moroccan delegation, which flew to Israel earlier this week to secure the opening of a Moroccan liaison office in Tel Aviv, received their first shots of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine once they arrived in the country.

According to the Israeli Foreign Ministy, the delegation was «taken to the Hadassah Medical Center to receive the vaccine». On Twitter, the Ministry reported that «Israel has vaccinated so far 1,400 foreign diplomats».

For the record, Moroccan diplomat Abderrahim Beyyoudh, who was appointed to head the Moroccan liaison office in Tel Aviv, was heading the Moroccan delegation in question.

Israel has also opened a liaison office in Rabat, weeks after it signed an agreement with Morocco. Tel Aviv appointed its former Egypt envoy David Govrin to head the Rabat liaison office. Earlier this week Govrin met for the first time with Moroccan foreign minister Nasser Bourita.

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