Yoel Sher Obituary, Death – On May 20th, Yoel Sher, who was functioning as Israel’s second consul general in Hong Kong at the time of his untimely death, passed suddenly unexpectedly. He was in Hong Kong at the time of his death. Since 2011, he had performed his duties without interruption in that capacity. During the time that he was serving as Consul General in Hong Kong, he was an important cog in the activities that were undertaken to make preparations for the establishing of diplomatic links between the People’s Republic of China and the State of Israel.
The Consulate would like to offer its most heartfelt condolences to the family of the deceased family member who passed away not too long ago. The family member in question passed away not too long ago. Someone who was a part of their family has passed away not too long ago. It comes to reason that if one had more time, they would be better able to handle the obstacles that life throws at them.
These actions were carried out in order to make sure that the establishment of diplomatic links would go smoothly. These actions were taken in order to ensure that the process of establishing diplomatic ties between the People’s Republic of China and the State of Israel went off without a hitch and in the most expedient manner feasible. These activities were carried out with the intention of preparing the way for the People’s Republic of China and the State of Israel to begin diplomatic relations with one another at some point in the future.