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Yearlong Ben Gurion Airport Exhibit Celebrates Israeli Innovation

new exhibition at Ben Gurion Airport highlighting Israeli achievements. Kobi Gideon/GPO/ASHERNET

A new exhibition opened in the Ben Gurion Airport in Israel showing Israel's contribution to science and technology to all those who arrive in the airport. Our friends at the Algemeiner tell us more about the interesting display: 

The exhibition is displayed along a large wall just beyond passport control at the airport, with the goal of introducing Israeli science and leading innovators to the 8 million travelers who pass through the airport annually.

“The exhibition is a major public diplomacy asset for Israel,” said Israeli Science, Technology and Space Minister Ofir Akunis. “We are showing the vast contributions of Israeli science and technology to the world and all of humanity….The world admires and is amazed by our achievements. Therefore, it is fitting that they be shown at the gateway into and out of Israel.”

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