Moshe's parents and seven others were killed after being taken as hostages at Mumbai's Chabad House.
In today's schedule, the Indian premier will meet with a survivor of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Israeli child Moshe Holtzberg, along with his Indian nanny Sandra Samuels, according to Indian network News 18.
"Prime Minister Modi and I have chose to take our partnership to new heights", Netahyahu said.
The Israeli prime minister accepted his Indian guest's invitation to his own country for an official visit.
Modi's visit will likely see India finalise a $400 million deal to purchase Heron armed drones.
"Prime Minister Netanyahu and I agreed to do much more together to protect our strategic interests, and also cooperate to combat growing radicalization and terrorism, including in cyberspace", Modi said. Please continue to love me, always remember my parents.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets members of the Indian contingent of United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon
"I would like to wish you: Hamara aashirwad apke sath hai aap Pradhan Mantri rahenge salon tak (our blessings are with you, you will be the Prime Minister for many years)", Moshe said.
"Thank you for your very very special gift", Modi said. "We will give you and your family a long-term visa". "Moshe is excited and emotional".
"President Rivlin is admired in India for his unstinting belief and common good of mankind, I thank him for his friendship and his warm hospitality", wrote Modi, who is the first India prime minister to visit Israel.
Modi also achieved Moshes Indian nanny Sandra Samuels, who managed to escape with him from the Nariman Home which came less than assault by Pakistan-based Permit terrorists, and his grandparents Shimon and Yehudit Rosenberg.
In the conference PM Benjamin Netanyahu stated that both the countries can work together for the betterment of the future of the people. Nariman House was shut down following the attack and then reopened in 2014 after renovation. One terrorist was caught alive. When Moshe later moved to Israel to live with his grandparents, she moved there as well and received honorary citizenship for her heroism. He now goes to a yeshiva (religious college).
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