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Netanyahu, Rouhani Planes Parked Next to Each Other at Davos – Bloomberg

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A photograph of the Israeli and Iranian airplanes parked next to each other at Zurich's Airport for the World Economic Forum. Photo: Screenshot / John Fraher.

A photograph of the Israeli and Iranian airplanes parked next to each other at Zurich's International Airport for the World Economic Forum. Photo: Screenshot / Gwen Ackerman.

As a true sign of the global connectivity taking place in Davos this week at the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg News published a picture worth a thousand words – the planes of the Israeli and Iranian delegations parked next to each other at Zurich International Airport.

“Netanyahu and Rouhani planes find themselves side-by-side at Zurich airport as both head to Davos,” John Fraher, Bloomberg’s Managing Editor for Europe, Middle East and Africa tweeted on Wednesday, linking to the picture.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was bringing a delegation of some 100 leading Israeli businessmen to the event, where he has meetings scheduled with the corporate leaders of Yahoo and Google. Presumably, Iranian President Hasan Rouhani is attending to interest world business leaders in the Iran economy, recently opening up for business after the Islamic Republic formally inked a nuclear treaty with world powers, led by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, this week.

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