On Thursday, Israel formally opened its diplomatic office in Morocco. As relations with the North African country were normalized last year. It was inaugurated by the foreign minister on the visit.
Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid opened the office for diplomatic mission of Israel, presence of Moroccan Foreign Ministry was also noted, in Rabat, Morocco. They also contracted a memo of appreciation on the beginning of a new political consultation mechanism amongst their foreign ministries as the two states form future diplomatic relations. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken tweeted on afterwards that the United States praises Morocco and Israel “on the reopening of the Israeli Liaison Office in Rabat. We will continue to work with Israel and Morocco to strengthen all aspects of our partnerships”.
Israel signed The Abraham Accords last year with four Arab states: The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco. This shuddered the region by upsetting the long thought faith that Israel could not normalize relations with the larger Arab world lacking development in determining its decades old conflict with the Palestinians. This shows of how Israel as a state is growing it diplomatic relations with Muslim states all over the Middle East without ending on going conflicts.