Israel allowed its people to fly to Saudi Arabia on Sunday for attending business meetings and searching for investment opportunities, the Israeli Times said.
Moreover, the study said that Saudi organizations will need letters of invitation from Israeli nationals to go to the Kingdom. Israeli interior minister Aryeh Deri signed the order.
Muslim Israelis will also be allowed to enter the Kingdom to conduct Hajj or Umrah. Israeli Muslims used to fly on provisional Jordanian papers to Hajj before.
Israelis have been previously banned from visiting several Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia, which does not permit Israeli citizens to enter the country, has not yet stated anything on the request from the Israeli government.