TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie will travel to Israel next week as part of an economic and diplomatic tour, his office reported today.
Christie will travel to several areas of the country to visit businesses and meet with diplomatic leaders, his office announced..
The Governor will be accompanied by members of his family and staff, as well as a delegation of representatives from New Jersey’s business and Jewish communities. A list of members of the traveling delegation will be released prior to the trip, his office reported.
The trip to Israel will last from Sunday to Thursday. Christie will conclude his Middle East trip with a visit to Jordan from Thursday to Sunday, April 8, before returning to New Jersey.
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