Jerusalem and Manama continue to strengthen ties.
By Erin Viner
The latest deal focuses on “innovation in aquaculture, as part of global efforts to address food security,” said a statement issued by Israel’s Agriculture Ministry.
Pursuant to a government decision, Eilat will “become a center for research and development of food from the sea and the desert,” added the Ministry.
Also present during the signing ceremony were delegates from additional Abraham Accords partners -the United Arab Emirates (UAE)and Morocco, which also drew closer to Israel under the United States-mediated normalization treaties.