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UAE Appoints Its 1st Ambassador to “Israeli” Entity

UAE Appoints Its 1st Ambassador to “Israeli” Entity
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By Staff, Agencies

In continuation of the normalization of ties between the United Arab Emirates [UAE] and the apartheid “Israeli” entity, the Emirates appointed on Sunday its first ever ambassador to the entity.

In an official ceremony held at Qasr Al Watan in Abu Dhabi, Mohammad Mahmoud Al Khajah was sworn in before Dubai’s ruler and the country’s Vice President Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Dubai Media Office said in a statement.

According to outlet Gulf News, Sheikh Mohammed congratulated the new ambassador and wished him success in serving his nation.

Moreover, he urged Khajah to work “diligently and sincerely” to consolidate the newly-established relations with the “Israeli” entity.

The “Israeli” entity and the Emirates signed a landmark peace treaty in part of the Abraham Accords, brokered by the United States during former President Donald Trump’s tenure.

Last month, both agreed that the Emirati embassy will open in Tel Aviv.