Emirati sources said that the Emirati regime had revealed the full details of the Abu Dhabi embassy to Israel to reinforce the normalization between the two sides.
Emirates Leaks learned that the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs had rented a headquarters for its embassy in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange building, located in the city centre.
The UAE Foreign Ministry began restoration and modernization work at the targeted headquarters, while it was agreed that the UAE flag would fly over the building and at its entrance.
The Stock Exchange building in Tel Aviv has 14 floors, six of which are underground.
The building is located in an old neighbourhood modernized and transformed, one of the most luxurious in the city, and near it is the Diesenkov Building, the place where the founding of Israel was announced in 1948.
Political sources in Tel Aviv considered choosing this place an expression of the UAE’s increased interest in the economic file.
The UAE had rented a villa in Herzliya, north of Tel Aviv, for Ambassador Muhammad al-Hajjah to live at.
He proceeded to carry out his duties from this house until the official opening of the embassy headquarters.
The ambassador’s wife and four children are expected to arrive in Tel Aviv in the coming weeks, at the end of the school year.
The children of the Emirati ambassador were registered in a foreign school in occupied Jaffa.
It is known that the Israeli embassy in Abu Dhabi also operates from a temporary headquarters in the city. Still, it has been working since the end of last January, with the arrival of the interim ambassador, Eitan Naih.
There is also an Israeli consulate operating in Dubai, under the responsibility of Consul General Ilan Shtulman.
Meanwhile, Bloomberg said that the technology company G42 in Abu Dhabi, affiliated with the Emirati National Security Adviser Tahnoun bin Zayed, has established a joint venture with the state-owned Israeli company, Rafael, for defence systems.
The news site stated that the project, dubbed Precate AI, is dedicated to commercializing artificial intelligence and big data technology.
The joint venture will house a research and development site in Israel and develop products for banking, health care, and public safety, sold in Israel, the UAE, and around the world.
Last month, the Emirates News Agency announced that the government had established an investment fund worth 10 billion dollars in Israel, aiming to invest in strategic sectors.
After a phone call between Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed and the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, the announcement came on time.
The UAE and Israel signed an agreement in Washington in mid-September to normalize relations between them, which erupted widespread Arab popular rejection was considered a betrayal of the Palestinian cause in light of the continued Israeli occupation of Arab lands.