I love you and your people in India, Moshe tells Modi

I love you and your people in India, Moshe tells Modi

"India and Israel are walking hand in hand into the future as partners", the editorial said.

India, which has a history of advocating the Palestinian cause, opened up formal diplomatic ties with Israel in 1992. The major agenda is to expand the relationship and bond between India and Israel. PM Modi added, "Our ties with Israel are about mutual trust and friendship".

Modi said during his visit to India, Rivlin started a phrase "Make with India" and "I feel since my arrival on Tuesday that has been echoed by many people and I think what you started has now percolated to all levels". On his first official visit to Israel, PM Modi met with Moshe, who was left orphaned at age three when his parents were murdered by Islamic terrorists in his home in Mumbai. Benjamin Netanyahu compared the meeting to a marriage calling it that it has been made in heaven and implemented on earth.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi+ on Thursday visited the Indian cemetery in Haifa, Israel, and paid homage to Indian soldiers whose bravery in 1918's Battle of Haifa is the stuff of legend. The agreements involved cooperation in key sectors like space, agriculture and water conservation.

On his part, Netanyahu said the two leaders recognised that their countries faced forces of terror which seek to undermine peace and stability.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday got a glimpse of the Temple Mount, known to Muslims as the al-Quds al-Sharif, from the window of a hotel where he met his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu.

Rahul Gandhi took to twitter and said "H-1B didn't figure in Modi-Trump talks" and "MEA accepts United States use of 'administered Kashmir". During the meeting with Moshe, now 11 years old, Mr. Modi offered him and the family long-term visas to visit India "any time".

"We want to thank you for helping our community in India". NaMo signaled that cooperation between New Delhi and Tel Aviv will ensure that the bane of terrorism vanishes.

His late parents, Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg, were directors of the Jewish center.

A Twitter handle affiliated with the Israeli government said: "New fast-growing Israeli [Chrysanthemum] flower named in honor of PM @narendramodi and will be called "MODI".



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