On March 3, 2021, the Hague Conference on Private International Law announced that Israel has signed the 2005 Choice of Court Convention and the 2019 Judgments Convention. The 2005 Convention currently has 32 contracting parties (including the EU), but it will only enter into force for Israel once Israel has deposited an instrument of ratification. Until then, however, Israel (as a signing state under the UN Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties) is obligated not to act in such a way so as to defeat the object and purpose of the Convention.
The 2019 Convention has not yet entered into force and will not do so until two states have deposited instruments of ratification. Currently, the Convention has just three signatory states: Israel, Uruguay, and Ukraine.