The Armenian Embassy in Israel has officially opened in Tel Aviv. The event was attended by Itzhak Carmel-Kagan, the head of the Eurasia-2 Department of the Israeli Foreign Ministry.
In his speech, the RA Ambassador to Israel Armen Smbatyan considered symbolic the fact that the embassy starts working, according to the Jewish calendar, on the eve of the New Year. Taking the opportunity, he congratulated all Israeli citizens on the occasion of Rosh Hashanah, wishing Israel peace and prosperity, and health and success to the people of the country.
On behalf of Israel, Itzhak Carmel-Kagan welcomed the opening of the Armenian Embassy in Israel, emphasizing that the development of relations between the two countries is an important process, and holding an open and constructive dialogue will resolve any issues, if there is any.