The Israeli ambassador highlighted the prevailing climate in the Dominican Republic, where Israeli businessmen invest in various fields such as water, agriculture, telemedicine, cyber security and others.
Daniel Beran spoke at the opening ceremony of the new Israeli embassy in the country, which was attended by President Louis Abenader, which cost 1.5 million dollars. It is located on the twelfth floor of the city center.
The diplomat announced that they would work to build a trauma center in Cabaret, in Puerto Plata, for which they would present a plan that would be financed by Israel and the businessmen working there.
“Teachers and doctors will come from Israel for training and handover. This shows that the Dominican Republic is on a very good path despite the pandemic,” Beran said.
He thanked the help the country received at the time of the epidemic, as the old embassy was operating in various places, “in the end we are here because we cannot lose confidence.”
The ambassador said that due to the pandemic, 32 humanitarian activities have been carried out this year in the country.
In addition, prior to the 2021 closure, Israel will donate R$1.5 million in Santiago and Jarabacoa to children with physical and mental disabilities.
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