The center is designed to serve the business, state-institutional and third party sectors in both Israel and the Palestinian Authority and offers 19 meeting and conference rooms of various sizes and a lecture hall.

New Israeli-Palestinian regional business development center

 

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(Communicated by the Regional Cooperation Ministry Media Adviser)
 
The new Israeli-Palestinian regional business and development center at the Shaar Ephraim crossing off Route 444 in Samaria is designed to serve the business, state-institutional and third party sectors in both Israel and the Palestinian Authority. The center offers 19 meeting and conference rooms of various sizes and a lecture hall that can seat up to 120 people. The main advantage of the center is that Palestinians do not require entry permits to Israel in order to use the facility, which is free of charge.
 
On Tuesday (22 March 2016), the Regional Cooperation Ministry will present the facility to the international community, foreign embassy representatives and international organizations. Participating in the event will be Deputy Regional Cooperation Minister Ayoub Kara, Regional Cooperation Ministry Director General Hashem Hussein and Israeli-Palestinian Chamber of Commerce Director David Simcha.