Israel is currently in talks with a number of countries to allow Israelis to enter their territory: Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Jordan, Latvia, Finland, Georgia, Rwanda, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Germany and Austria. The initial list of “green” countries is currently being worked on by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health.
Due to the high level of morbidity in Israel, there are countries that still do not allow Israeli citizens to enter their territory, and some require a corona test before arrival and isolation of several days and therefore the talks with the various countries are conducted.
Inbound tourism is also on the agenda: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health are formulating a plan to bring tourists in capsules from “green” countries. According to the emerging outline, organized trips from abroad will be able to arrive in Israel in a supervised manner and without committing to isolation. You can get into action.
Yesterday, the Corona cabinet approved the outline for the opening of the sky, which was agreed upon by Transport Minister Miri Regev, Health Minister Yuli Edelstein and Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi. According to the decision, the sky will reopen in ten days, on August 16. “I thank Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for giving the green light to open the skies,” said Minister Regev. “Together with the Minister of Health and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, we will work to implement the outline that will allow the skies to open and protect Israeli aviation.”