The Israeli travel program that helps Israelis leave their home country for Syria is also helping to boost the local economy.
The Israeli tourism program, Travel Van, is part of the Israeli government’s Economic Development Plan for Syria, which aims to boost economic activity in the country.
The plan also aims to provide 100,000 jobs in the Arab country.
Travel van has been used to help the local population in Syria in the past.
Travel vans have been used in the city of Raqqa, in western Syria, to ferry tourists to the European city of Nice, and to ferry residents of Damascus and Aleppo to European cities in the south.
Travel vans have also been used in the city of Idlib, the capital of Syria’s Northern Province (which includes Aleppo).
In recent years, the Israeli tourism program has been receiving funding from the Israeli Government.
In 2012, then Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu introduced the Israeli Tourism Program, which aimed to help Israel’s citizens leave the country and reach Europe for a year.
Travel Van was one of Israel’s special economic zones, which allow the Israeli Government to provide financial assistance to Israeli businesses.
Israel provides tax breaks to Israeli businesses and helps business growth through tax incentives.
“The Israeli Government supported this initiative with the Israel Tourism Tax program,” said Ariel, the travel van operator who is based in Tel Aviv.
“[The Tourist Tax] is one of the most important tax breaks in Israel.
The Tax program helps to strengthen the Israeli economy, which is important for tourism and for the economy of the whole of the country.”
The Israeli Government has been supporting the tourism van for years, but there was a major change in 2016.
A number of companies started to apply for the travel Van program in 2017.
At the time, Israel has the highest number of Israeli visitors per capita in the world, according to the United Nations.
More than 100,000 Israelis visited Syria in 2016.
Travel Van is a travel service for Israelis who want to leave their home country for Europe.
As a result of the program, Israel has more than 40,000 tourists from all over the world.
Travel van operators have provided Israeli residents with financial aid and have increased business opportunities in Syria.
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