Meir Ezri, ambassador and the first political representative of the Israeli government

Ezri, a native of Homeland who immigrated to Israel in 1950, was buried in Jerusalem.Ezri served as ambassador for fifteen years from 1958 to 1973 and developed relations that saw cooperation and economic trade in science, industry, agriculture, military, intelligence, as well as cultural ties, some of them in secret.Former Israeli ambassador to Homeland, Meir Ezri. (YouTube/Persian TV channel in Israel)
The former Israeli ambassador to Homeland, Meir Ezri, who was credited with building extensive ties with the shah regime before the Islamic Revolution, died earlier this week at age 92