“Indeed! We shall continue working together for stronger bilateral ties and for a better planet,” Mr. Modi mentioned in a tweet
The individuals of India deeply worth the friendship with Israel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned on Tuesday, as he recalled his assembly along with his Israeli counterpart Naftali Bennett on the sidelines of the COP26 local weather summit in Glasgow and reaffirmed to work collectively to boost the sturdy bilateral ties.
Prime Minister Modi, who was accompanied by Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar, interacted with PM Bennett on Monday in a visibly cordial transient assembly.
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In a video tweeted by Prime Minister Modi, the 2 leaders have been seen exchanging pleasantries throughout their animated dialogue.
“Indeed! We shall continue working together for stronger bilateral ties and for a better planet,” Mr. Modi mentioned in a tweet on Tuesday.
“The people of India deeply value the friendship with Israel,” he mentioned.
Prime Minister Bennett, in a tweet, mentioned, “it was truly great to finally meet you, @NarendraModi.” The assembly between Mr. Modi and Mr. Bennett comes after External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, throughout his go to to Israel final month, prolonged an invite to the Israeli premier on behalf of Mr. Modi to go to India.
According to Israeli media experiences, Mr. Bennett, who turned Prime Minister in June this 12 months, is prone to go to India subsequent 12 months.
India and Israel elevated their bilateral relations to a strategic partnership through the historic go to of Prime Minister Modi to Israel in July 2017.
Since then, the connection between the 2 international locations has centered on increasing knowledge-based partnership, which incorporates collaboration in innovation and analysis, together with boosting the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
Prime Minister Modi additionally met Suriname President and “friend” Chan Santokhi on the sidelines of the local weather summit.
“Delighted to get the opportunity to meet my friend, President Chan Santokhi of Suriname, a nation with which India has deep-rooted cultural linkages,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted.