Tel Aviv / New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives on Israel’s Tel Aviv on a three-day historic visit on Tuesday. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was present at the airport for his receipt. Under this special reception, Benjamin Netanyahu and PM Narendra Modi got very warm hug during this time. This special reception is only done for the reception of the American presidents and the pope.
During this time Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that “My friend Narendra Modi is welcome in Israel. He said in Hindi, ‘You are welcome my friend’. PM Netanyahu said, “India is our deepest friend. This visit of PM Narendra Modi is historic. We love the culture of India and India. Indian and Israeli are natural friends
At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “It is my good fortune that I am the first Indian Prime Minister to come to Israel. Thanks to my grand welcome and Israeli friend Benjamin Netanyahu on my arrival at Israel. My visit is a symbol of the strong relationship between the two countries. India’s civilisation is very old, but our country is young. Our youth power is the power of change ‘.
Actually, this is the first Israeli visit of an Indian Prime Minister. In view of the bilateral relations between the two countries, this visit is considered to be extremely important, on which the eyes of many countries around the world are also based.
In this tour, PM Modi will discuss ways to promote common challenges like Benjamin Netanyahu along with terrorism and ways to promote economic relations.
Earlier, the Prime Minister’s Office had tweeted, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaves for Israel’s historic tour. The first Israeli visit of an Indian Prime Minister.”
PM Modi will meet Israel’s President Raven Reuven Rivlin on this tour. He would pay homage to the monuments of Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the liberation of Hefa in 1918.
During this visit of PM Modi, 25 years of diplomatic relations between India and Israel are also being completed. PM Modi will be in Israel until July 6 After this he will go to Hamburg, Germany to take part in the G-20 Summit.