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Israel PM Netanyahu under quarantine until Friday

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Tel Aviv: 71-year-old Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has quarantined himself after coming in contact with Corona positive. According to information from the office of Prime Minister Netanyahu, he was tested negative on Sunday, in which he has been found negative. Still, he will be quarantined until Friday.

He came in contact with Likud Court President Michael Kleiner last Tuesday. The clincher was found to be Corona positive last Monday. According to the Jerusalem Post’s report, Finance Minister of Israel Katz also met Kleiner last Tuesday.

Given the state of the Corona epidemic and its frequent spread, Israeli cabinet meetings in recent months were via video conference, so Netanyahu was still doing his job while he was under Quarantine.

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Meanwhile, Israeli Health Minister Yuli Edelstein said that the country’s collective COVID-19 vaccination program could begin before the proposed date of 27 December.

Israel and Bhutan established diplomatic relations

Israel and Bhutan formally established diplomatic relations on Saturday. On this occasion, the two countries said that this would open up avenues for better cooperation, especially in the field of technology, agriculture and water management. Bhutan Ambassador Major General Vetsop Namgyal and Israeli Ambassador Ron Malaka formally held diplomatic meetings at the Israeli Embassy. Exchanged ‘Notes Verbal’ (diplomatic letter) regarding establishing a relationship.

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Describing it as a historic day, Malka said that he felt honored and excited by being a part of this historic moment and signing an official note. After the ceremony, Bhutan Foreign Minister Tandi Dorji and Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi sent mutual congratulatory messages. Despite having no formal diplomatic relations, Israel and Bhutan have enjoyed a harmonious relationship.

Since 1982 Israel has been supporting Bhutan’s human resource development, especially in the field of agricultural development that has benefitted hundreds of Bhutanese youth. Let us tell you that Israel has also recently established diplomatic relations with the Gulf countries United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

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