Six months after taking office, the head of the Israeli liaison office David Govrin is desperately looking for an office to rent in Rabat.
David Govrin has so far been unable to find premises to rent for the Israeli liaison office in Rabat, reports Israeli daily Haaretz. And for good reason, the refusal of the owners to rent him premises in the places he is looking for. Consequently, the Israeli diplomat is still installed in a hotel in the capital Rabat.
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The Moroccan government has meanwhile offered the Israeli diplomat to move to a building far from the city center where the former headquarters of the Israeli liaison office was located. Proposal that David Govrin did not accept. He prefers premises in the diplomatic quarter near other embassies, his hope being that the mission will someday become an embassy.
Keywords: Rabat, Israel, Morocco-Israel relations, Morocco-Israel standardization, Real estate