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Modi off to Israel to talk terror, economic ties

 Modi off to Israel to talk terror, economic ties

Narendra Modi began Tuesday a three-day tour of Israel, first by an Indian Prime Minister to the Jewish state, which is largely denied diplomatic ties by many countries.

"Intense week for bilateral & multilateral diplomacy. PM Narendra Modi departs for Tel Aviv, the first leg of his tour," a spokesperson for India’s external affairs ministry was quoted as tweeting.

His Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, received the Indian PM at the airport, say media reports.

Ahead of his visit, PM Narendra Modi Monday said, “India believes in a two-state solution in which both Israel and a future Palestinian state coexist peacefully.”

In a statement posted on his Facebook page, Modi said, "I am greatly looking forward to this unprecedented visit that will bring our two countries and people closer."

This year, says a Statesman report, India and Israel are marking 25 years of diplomatic relations.

"I will have in-depth talks with Prime Minister Netanyahu on the full spectrum of our partnership and strengthening it in diverse fields for mutual benefit. We will also have the chance to discuss major common challenges like terrorism," Mr Modi said.

In Israel, he will also meet President Reuven Ruvi Rivlin and address the CEOs of the two countries as well as the Indian diaspora.


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