New Delhi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Israel for his three-day visit. He is the first ever Indian Prime Minister to visit Israel, making it a historic trip. Prime Minister Modi met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and will meet with President Reuven Rivlin.
They seek to strengthen India-Israel relationship on a range of areas including defence and technology. Wide-ranging delegation-level talks have been planned between the two countries to enhance India-Israel ties in the areas of security, agriculture, water, energy, defence, among others.
PM Modi and Zionist Prime Minister Netanyahu will also discuss measures to counter terrorism and increase cooperation in sharing of intelligence in this regard. Economic, cultural and people-to-people ties are also scheduled to be discussed and a number of agreements are expected to be signed between India and Israel.
During his visit, Prime Minister Modi will address around 4,000 Indians settled in Israel and pay homage to Indian soldiers at the memorial in Haifa. The two prime ministers will also visit the Yad Vashem Memorial Museum to honour the memory of the victims of the holocaust that counts among the greatest tragedies in human history.
Zionist Israeli PM few days ago says that “When it comes to Israel-India relations, the sky is the limit and Welcome, my friend, we love India.