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Morocco and Israel agree on twinning agreement on high school student exchanges

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After they spoke for the first time last week, Morocco and Israel’s Education Ministers agreed to hold student exchange and school twinning programs, Israeli media reported on Monday.

Morocco’s Edcuation Minister Saaid Amzazi and his Israeli counterpart Yoav Galant said that they will establish a twinning agreement between a Moroccan and an Israeli high school for student exchanges.

This program will have students in both schools exchange videos on their educational experiences, in addition to arts and music shows.

This agreement comes after the two ministers held a phone call last week and discussed several other agreements.

The two Ministers also agreed to mark the Mimouna festival, celebrated by the Morocco’s Jewish community with the participation of Israeli and Moroccan students on April 4 and 5, Anadolu reported.

For the record, Yoav Galant also announced that starting from next year; Israeli students will be systematically learning about Moroccan Jewish history.

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