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(A7)Intelligence Minister Gila Gamaliel is currently welcoming the Iranian Crown Prince and son of the Shah, Reza Pahlavi, at Ben Gurion Airport. Gamliel will host Pahlavi during his visit.

“I congratulate the Iranian Crown Prince on his important visit to Israel as the most senior Iranian personality to ever visit here. We appreciate the Crown Prince’s expression of solidarity with the citizens of Israel in the face of the severe terrorist attacks perpetrated by Iran, as well as his visit to Yad Vashem on the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day in order to sympathize with the Jewish people, in contrast to Iran’s rulers who deny the Holocaust and encourage antisemitism. Together, through a common vision, we will take the first step in building bridges and collaborations between the two peoples,” said Gamliel

“The Iranian people aspire to a government that will respect its heritage, preserve human rights and respect religious and cultural diversity, among other things through the restoration of peace and friendship with Israel and Iran’s other neighbors. Millions of my countrymen still remember living alongside their Jewish-Iranian friends and neighbors before the Islamic Revolution tore the fabric of our society apart. They reject the murderous anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic policies of the regime and call for cultural, scientific and economic exchanges with Israel. A democratic Iran will seek to renew its ties with Israel and our Arab neighbors. In my opinion, this day is closer than ever,” said Pehlavi upon his arrival.

Minister Gamliel will host Pahlavi in Israel this week, with the aim of creating a bridge between Israel and the Iranian people, and expressing joint opposition to the Ayatollah regime. The heir to the throne promotes discourse on the human rights situation in Iran and supports a democratic Iranian leadership.

The Crown Prince will be visiting Israel with the aim of expressing solidarity with the citizens of Israel in light of the attacks by terrorist organizations operating under the auspices of Iran, renewing the relationship between the nations and building an economic relationship with a focus on water technologies. In addition, the Crown Prince will be honoring the victims of the Holocaust as part of Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day events, and to denounce the antisemitism and Holocaust denial of the Ayatollah regime.

During his visit, the heir to the throne will participate in the official opening ceremony to mark Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day, meet with Minister Gamliel and others, visit a desalination plant in order to learn about Israel’s advanced water technologies as a possible response to the collapsing water infrastructure in Iran, visit the Western Wall, meet with the Baha’i community and with members of the Jewish-Iranian community in Israel.

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