Zionist Entity, Morocco sign cybersecurity cooperation agreement

ALGIERS- The Zionist National Directorate of Cyber ​​Security announced, on Thursday, that it had signed a cooperation agreement with Morocco. This is the first cyber defense agreement between the two countries since relations between them were normalized last year.

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ALGIERS- The Zionist National Directorate of Cyber ​​Security announced, on Thursday, that it had signed a cooperation agreement with Morocco. This is the first cyber defense agreement between the two countries since relations between them were normalized last year.

The agreement was signed in Rabat, this week, in the presence of Yigal Unna, the director general of the Zionist cyber leadership, his Moroccan counterpart General El Mostafa Rabii and Moroccan Defense Minister Abdellatif Loudiyi.

According to the Zionist directorate, the agreement provides for the establishment of cooperation in research, development and operational areas and the sharing of information and knowledge.

Morocco agreed to normalize relations with the Zionist entity in December 2020 following the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan.

In January, the two sides signed an agreement that will allow direct flights with the first flight between Tel Aviv and Marrakesh scheduled for July 19.

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