On eve of Abraham Accords one-year anniversary, Bahrain's ambassador to Israel presents his credentials
“Brave states take brave steps,” said Herzog
Bahrain's first-ever ambassador to Israel, Khaled Yousif Al-Jalahma (R), presents his letter of credence to President Isaac Herzog in Jerusalem, September 14, 2021 (Photo: Amos Ben-Gershom/GPO)
Bahrain’s first-ever ambassador to Israel, Khaled Yousif Al-Jalahma, presented his credentials to the Israeli President on Tuesday, a day before the one-year anniversary of the normalization agreement between the two countries.
Jalahma gave his letter of credence to President Isaac Herzog in a formal ceremony.
What an honor it was to have handed in my credentials to HE President @isaac_herzog as #Bahrain’s first-ever Ambassador to #Israel on the eve of the anniversary of the historic #Abraham_Accords. pic.twitter.com/23PfgIoSfo— Khaled Al Jalahma (@BahrainAmbIsr) September 14, 2021
“Brave states take brave steps,” Herzog said. “The Abraham Accords were the fruit of both vision and power.”
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