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The Minister of Information and Communications of the Philippines, Jose Ruperto Martin Andanar, was recently in Israel as part of a delegation of senior Filipino citizens from the Philippines and announced at the meeting with journalist from Israel:
 
Israelis can visit the Philippines without the need for a visa and without a period of isolation. This is what the Philippine government has recently decided, announcing that it recognizes the Israeli vaccine certificate. This means that vaccinated tourists from Israel can now enter the Philippines without the need for isolation and without the need for a visa.
 
The dramatic decision today eliminates the need for isolation at the entrance to the Philippines. A PCR test is required, up to 48 hours before departure from Israel. A return flight ticket must be presented within 30 days of arrival in the Philippines as well as the presentation of a vaccine certificate.
 
Meanwhile, the Philippine Minister of Information and Communications, Jose Ruperto Martin Andanar, has recently arrived in Israel as part of a delegation of senior Filipinos from the Philippines. The visit focused mainly on the cooperation in the fields of economics and high-tech between the countries.
 
The Philippines considers Israel one of the world's leading countries in the field of technology and is interested in promoting cooperation with it. The Minister of Public Relations and Communications of the Philippines and the Philippine Ambassador to Israel, Alberto Macairog, are currently holding a small media event at the Blue Rooster Restaurant, where they highlighted the special ties between the two countries, which have lasted for many years. The Philippines was the only Asian country to vote for the establishment of the State of Israel in a UN resolution on November 29.
 
Also, the President of the Philippines from 1937 to 1941, Manuel Cuison, accepted the entrance of close to 1300 Jews from Europe, and granted them safe refuge in his country. The Minister of the Philippines spoke about the important legacy of the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, who at the end of this coming month will end 6 successful years in office.
 
According to the minister, President Duterte has contributed greatly to the economic growth of the Philippines, the strengthening of its position and the establishment of ties with many countries. During his tenure, he created more than 6 million jobs.
 
The Minister noted that the State of Israel is a start-up nation and one of the world leaders in the field of technology, and the Philippines is interested in expanding its cooperation and adopting Israeli technologies. The Philippine Ambassador from Kirog also spoke about the special relations between the Philippines and the State of Israel in many areas.
 
Meanwhile, the Philippine government has announced that it recognizes the Israeli vaccine certificate. This means that vaccinated tourists from Israel can now enter the Philippines without the need for isolation and without the need for a visa for 59 days.
 
The dramatic decision today eliminates the need for isolation at the entrance to the Philippines. A PCR test is required, up to 48 hours before departure from Israel. A return flight ticket must be presented within 30 days of arrival in the Philippines as well as the presentation of a vaccine certificate.
 
Contributed to the important move, among others, the Minister of Tourism of the Philippines, Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, the Ambassador of Israel to the Philippines, Ilan Fluss and the Ambassador of the Philippines to Israel, Alberto Macairog, who recently met with the Minister of Tourism, Yoel Rezbozov.
The Philippines is a magical world with 7,641 islands, most of which are uninhabited and covered in wild jungle. The Philippines has 21 active volcanoes and one of the longest coastlines in the world with clear blue-green waters; waterfalls from the movies; rainforests; beautiful coral reefs.
 
Tropical climate and paradise for diving enthusiasts. Beautiful coral reefs and a spectacular underwater world with tropical fishes. Exotic islands with white sand and coconut palms; beaches for the best surfing in the world, and spectacular beaches with endless shades of turquoise and light blue.
Visitors to the Philippines will discover vast expanses of rice fields, natural treasures and rich culture, including remote tribes who have been leading a traditional way of life for thousands of years. A rich variety of cultures expressed in more than 180 languages. Hospitable residents and music lovers.
 
 
 
 
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