Israel–Nauru relations

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Israeli–Nauruan relations
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Israel–Nauru relations are diplomatic and other relations between the Israel and Nauru. Both countries established the diplomatic relations on December 1994. Israel has a non-resident ambassador in Jerusalem and honorary consulate (Yaren), Nauru has an honorary consulate (Rosh Ha'ayin).


In 2010 the President of Nauru, Marcus Stephen and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Nauru, Dr. Kieren Keke, along with Nauru's ambassador to the United Nations, Marlene Moses visited Israel, and at that meeting President Stephen expressed unqualified support for Israel.[citation needed]

During the visit, the President, Marcus Stephen also planted a tree with Micronesian President, Emanuel Mori in honor of diplomatic relations.[1]

Later, the President of Nauru, Marcus Stephen, appointed the Israeli businessman, David Ben-Bassat as an Honorary Consul in Nauru.[citation needed]

In 2011 the two countries signed a Visa exemption agreement, which allows the citizens of the two countries to have limited tourist visits to the other country without visa issuance.[citation needed]

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