Israel Police will work with their Moroccan counterparts to find Israeli criminals who fled to the North African country, Kan News reported on Thursday.

According to the police, they have observed a pattern of known Israeli criminals leaving for Morocco, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.

The collaboration between Moroccan and Israeli police is reportedly being led by Israel Police Chief Kobi Shabtai, who visited Morocco this week.

Meanwhile, Israel’s Ambassador to Morocco David Govrin, signed a construction contract on Tuesday for building a headquarters for a permanent Israeli embassy in Morocco. And last month, Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi began his first official visit to Morocco.


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