A new logo has been unveiled by the government of Israel and it shows a smiling woman holding a baby in her arms.
The image, which is being widely circulated on social media, was created by the Israeli Design Institute, or IDI, in conjunction with the Israeli Government, and is meant to promote a positive image for the country.
The logo shows the woman holding the baby in the air and is the first time the country has put forward a logo for its social media and government platforms.
The new logo is intended to create an image that is more consistent with the country’s image, said IDI’s Director-General Yehuda Neuer, who was in Israel for the launch.
The first time it was used in Israel, the logo featured a smiling, smiling, baby.
The new logo, Neuer said, is meant “to show a better picture for Israel, a better image for our people and the image of our country.
This is the second time in the last three years that the Israeli government has used the logo.
The previous time, it was adopted by the Ministry of Defense as its logo.
The announcement came a day after the government unveiled the new identity for the new digital economy.
The Ministry of Culture, Arts and Culture announced in June that it had unveiled the “Digital Vision 2020” logo.
That logo showed a smiling baby with an eye on a child, with the words “Digital Revolution” written in red.
The IDI logo is meant as a reminder of the need to maintain and advance Israel’s digital image and the commitment to the “digital transformation” of the country, Neue said.
It was designed by a team of experts who have expertise in the field of digital design, he said.
The name of the logo was chosen by the IDI team because it symbolizes the digital revolution in the country and the future of Israel, Neu said.
It is also meant to encourage a better understanding of the digital transformation of Israel.IDI has been working with the government since 2012 on a digital transformation strategy, he added.
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