On the 13th of August 2020, the United Arab Emirates and Israel signed a historical peace agreement that will be leading into a full normalization of diplomatic ties between the two nations.
The diplomatic breakthrough can mean a lot of things for the Middle East; however, it is certain that the changes for both nations and the entire region will be inevitable.
The Right Steps to Access New Markets
Opening direct ties between two nations means expansion and advancement of the market which will transform the regions by enhancing the growth of the economy along with technological development. With this comes the need for proper communication for a smooth introduction and entry of businesses from and to the UAE and Israel.
With the UAE being one of the most prominent Arab countries in the Middle East, best known for having a diverse population consisting of nationalities from all around the globe, it is expected that communication plays a huge role in the expansion of one’s business in the region.
English and Arabic are known to be two of the most used languages in the UAE, may it be for legalization, business, tourism, or simple day to day life, and Hebrew is the official language of Israel.
The Features of Hebrew
Hebrew belongs to the Canaanite languages, and it is the only language of its family still spoken today.
Modern Hebrew is spoken by 9 million people worldwide, mostly based in Israel. Other large Hebrew-speaking communities are found in the USA, Poland, and South Africa.
This language is written from right to left, and it uses an abjad alphabet, a writing system in which each symbol stands for a consonant and lets the reader supply the appropriate vowel.
While Hebrew and Arabic share similar linguistic features, they are not mutually intelligible.
Language Services in the UAE
Businesses and organizations operating in multiple languages need fast, reliable, and cost-efficient language services to communicate with clients, suppliers, and team members. Our team of translators is ready to support your operations with specialized language services for every industry.
We also have a skilled team of interpreters that can provide simultaneous and consecutive interpretation services for conferences, meetings, workshops, seminars, etc. in Dubai and Abu Dhabi both onsite and online. Remote interpreting for web conferences will help you carry out meetings and webinars in compliance with social distancing measures.
Our simultaneous and consecutive interpreters include top-level professionals certified by international organizations such as the United Nations, the European Union, the UAE Ministry of Justice, and International Professional associations such as ATA.
Would you like to learn more about our Arabic, English, and Hebrew translation and interpreting services in the UAE? Contact us at [email protected] and our experts will be glad to assist you with more information and a personalized quote!