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Israel PM Netanyahu to arrive on six-day visit to India

12 January 2018, 11:01 | Charlene Valdez

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Community Reception Programme in Tel Aviv

Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Community Reception Programme in Tel Aviv

Israel's foreign ministry deputy director general for Asia, Gilad Cohen, on Wednesday said the trip was meant to further deepen political, trade and cultural ties.

An Israeli news station aired an audio recording Monday of what it said was Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's son drunkenly bragging outside a strip club in 2015.

Along with Modi, the Israeli Prime Minister will participate in an Indo-Israeli CEOs' meet and address the Raisina Dialogue Series before moving to Gujarat where they are scheduled to launch projects.

India and Israel will reaffirm their already strong economic and defence ties, and Netanyahu will also emphasising the bond that the two nations, which celebrated the silver jubilee of their diplomatic relatons a year ago.


The piece says that contrary to Mr. Modi's support for the Israeli occupation, people of India have always stood in solidarity with the Palestinian people and against Israeli aggression: "The coalition headed by Netanyahu is the most right-wing government that Israel has had". In Ahmedabad, he will visit Sabarmati Ashram.

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu bids farewell to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi at Ben-Gurion International Airport, July 2017.

Joint Secretary in External Affairs Ministry, Dr. Bala Bhaskar said, during his week-long tour, the Israeli Prime Minister will also visit Agra, Ahmedabad and Mumbai. They will also visit the iCreate innovation campus and center. He'll be accompanied by Baby Moshe, the young boy who lost his parents in the 2009 terrorist attack at Chabad House.

The Mumbai leg includes Netanyahu's film industry outreach - Shalom Bollywood, an interaction with the Jewish community and a meeting with business heads.



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