Apple CEO Tim Cook made a stop over in Israel on Wednesday, Feb. 25 following a stop in Germany. Cook, along with Apple vice president of Hardware Technologies Johny Srouji, met with current Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. Cook was apparently in the country for the opening of Apple's new offices there in the city of Herzliya, according to Israeli publication TheMarker:
Cook apparently came to Israel for the opening of the company's new offices in Herzliya. Cook came to Israel after a several-day visit to Germany during which he visited a glass factory in the city of Augsburg and the newspaper "Bild".
Cook is also expected to meet with former Israeli President Shimon Peres during his visit.
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