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Israel and Morocco to collaborate to track Israeli criminals on Moroccan soil

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Israeli Police will work together with their counterparts in Morocco to track and arrest criminals in the Maghreb country, Hebrew network KAN News has reported.

This was agreed Thursday by Morocco’s police chief, Abdellatif El Hammouchi, and the head of Israel’s State Police, Kobi Shabtai, after the latter embarked on a trip to Rabat with the intention of strengthening the relationship between the two countries and their security forces.

The agreement comes after Israeli Police recently detected an increase in the phenomenon of criminals moving from Israel to the North African country, as well as to Turkey and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the network has learned.

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Shabtai already paid an official visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) months ago to boost cooperation initiatives at the security level between the two countries, within the framework of the ‘Abraham Accords’, signed in 2020 with the mediation of the United States.

The agreement between Israel and Morocco to normalize relations came after the Israeli government signed a similar pact with UAE and Bahrain, within the framework of the ‘Abraham Accords’. Following this, Sudan joined them.

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