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The Israeli Emissary in Morocco Can't Find Anyone to Rent Him an Office

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A photo of Dr. Zvi Bar'el.
Zvi Bar'el

It’s not fun to be the official emissary of Israel in Morocco. The veteran diplomat David Govrin, who is head of the mission, has been having a hard time finding an appropriate place for its offices. Six months after he was appointed to the job, the mission is still operating out of a hotel in the capital of Rabat.

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