The MoU stipulates the mutual recognition of driving licences and replacement licences issued by the UAE and Israel.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
H.H. Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, and Merav Michaeli, Minister of Transport and Road Safety of Israel, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the mutual recognition and replacement of driving licences issued by the UAE and Israel.
The MoU, signed at Expo 2020 Dubai, aims to enable the use of driving licences issued by relevant official authorities in the two countries during the visits and residence of their citizens.
The MoU stipulates the mutual recognition of driving licences and replacement licences issued by the UAE and Israel without requiring holders to take theory and practical tests.
The signing was attended by Brigadier Mohammed Hamid Dalmouj Al Dhaheri, Secretary-General of the Office of H.H. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, as well as members of a delegation from the Israeli Ministry of Transport and Road Safety.
The UAE and Israel have now agreed to a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between the two nations, a deal that will deepen trade and investment ties, accelerate growth and lead to a new era of peace, stability,
Israeli Head of Mission Eitan Na’eh is looking forward to the levelling up of the Jewish State’s diplomatic and bilateral relations with the UAE in the years to come. He believes the forging of socio-cultural-educational exchanges for the Israeli and Emirati youth shall further galvanise the vision of the “Abraham Accords Peace Agreement: Treaty of Peace, Diplomatic Relations and Full Normalisation Between the United Arab Emirates and the State of Israel,” agreed upon and signed last year.
US Ambassador to the UAE John Rakolta Jr. and Counselor of the Department of State T. Ulrich Brechbuhl have officially inaugurated the construction of the US pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai,
Expo 2020 Dubai has joined forces with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support grassroots innovators with the ambition and potential to improve the lives of people across a variety of complex, fragile or marginalised humanitarian settings,
Backed by the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce, the event played host to 500 specialised companies, unveiling the latest and most sought-after designs in watches, jewellery, and gold ornaments from around the world.
The tragedy struck the town of Qaraqosh, in a wedding hall with a capacity of “no more than 400 people,” Interior Minister Amir Al Shammari told a press conference. That night, it held in excess of 900 people, he said.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid wished the newly appointed judges success in their new roles and highlighted the importance of constantly enhancing the DIFC’s judicial framework.
The light aircraft, which reportedly belonged to RioZim, crashed in the Zvamahande area of Mashava, killing all six onboard — four foreigners and two Zimbabweans, police said. The mid-air crash is suspected to have been caused by a mechanical fault.