Salomé Zajbert is one of the directors of the UAE-Israel Business Council (UIBC). She holds a degree in Middle East Studies from Sciences PoParis and INALCO. Initially, she was elected as a data analyst and later as a director in this council.
The UIBC is the central and largest economic organization formed in the field of economical connections between the UAE and Israel. The council began operations immediately after the “Abraham Accords” between the two countries in August 2020. Zajbert is consequently part of the Israeli regime’s push to counter its growing international isolation by normalizing relations with despotic Arab regimes.
Rooting for Zionist influence, from France to Kuwait
Zajbert’s range of contacts spans different countries. She has a wide focus on Kuwait and has settled in Kuwait. It’s mentionable that she was born in Israel. Her master’s thesis is in the field of relations between Israel and Gulf countries.
Zajbert has also been a program coordinator at Fem JLM, a Jerusalem-based company focused on engaging women in tech startups.
Zajbert has also been an assistant to Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, the deputy mayor of Jerusalem, and a founding member of the Trade Council. It appears that she entered the council through Fleur.
She has also interestingly worked as a political deputy intern in Kuwait on behalf of the French Foreign Ministry.