Israel’s Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz: “The four countries that signed peace agreements with us within the framework of the ‘Abraham Accords’ suffer from water shortages like us”

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Israel and Bahrain Sign $3 Million ‘First-of-Its-Kind’ Deal to Share Knowledge on Water Technology
by Sharon Wrobel
March 31, 2021

Israel’s state-owned water company Mekorot has inked a $3 million deal to provide Bahrain’s Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) with consulting services on water projects and to share knowledge on technologies, in what marks the first “significant” agreement between the Jewish state and the Gulf emirate since the Abraham Accords. The agreement comes after Bahrain and United Arab Emirates agreed to formalize their diplomatic ties with Israel with the support of the US in October last year. The Jewish state has struck similar deals with Sudan and Morocco in recent months…Israel has over the years built a well-known industry and developed technologies in fields like wastewater reuse, water security and desalination. READ MORE

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