ANKARA, TURKEY (6:45 A.M.) – The Israeli Energy Minister, Yuval Steinitz, is expected to attend the World Energy Congress meeting in Istanbul this Thursday, marking his first visit of any Israeli minister in 6 years.

“This is the first visit at ministerial level in the past six years, and it is the result of the rapprochement agreed upon by the two countries,” the Israeli Embassy in Ankara stated on Monday.

“The visit is the expression of the great potential that exists in bilateral political and economic relations,” the Israeli Embassy added.

Steinitz is also expected to meet his Turkish counterpart, Berat Albayrak, for the first time during his short visit to Turkey this upcoming Thursday.

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