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Cop26 Climate Summit, People Of India Deeply Value Friendship With Israel, Pm Modi Tells Israel Pm Naftali Bennett

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During the COP26 climate summit, PM Modi said that the people of India attach utmost importance to friendship with Israel. They expressed their commitment to work together towards further deepening the strong bilateral ties.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on the sidelines of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow on Tuesday. During this, he said that the people of India attach great importance to friendship with Israel. They expressed their commitment to work together towards further deepening the strong bilateral ties.

During this, Naftali Bennett jokingly told PM Modi that you are very popular in Israel, come join our party.

The two leaders praised each other
In a video tweeted by PM Modi, both the leaders are seen greeting each other during a passionate discussion. “Definitely we will continue to work together to further strengthen bilateral ties and make the planet better,” PM Modi tweeted on Tuesday. He said that the people of India attach utmost importance to friendship with Israel. Israel’s Prime Minister Bennett also tweeted and wrote that Narendra Modi, it was really great to finally meet you.

In July 2017, both the countries had talked about strengthening bilateral ties.
India and Israel enhanced their strategic partnership as part of their bilateral ties during the historic visit of Prime Minister Modi to Israel in July 2017. Since then, relations between the two countries have been focused on expanding knowledge-based partnerships, including cooperation in innovation and research, including promoting the ‘Make in India’ initiative. The prime minister also met Surinamese President and friend Chan Santokhi met on the sidelines of the summit.

Here PM Modi also met Microsoft founder Bill Gates.

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla gave information about Prime Minister Modi’s meetings with various leaders. He said that during his meeting with Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, PM Modi said that next year marks the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between India and Israel. He also invited Bennett to come to India regarding this. Bennett said on this that I would be very happy to come to India.

PM Modi also met with the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky. Shringla told that here Zelensky told PM Modi that we had invited you to come to Ukraine, but you could not come due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. On this Modi told him that whenever I get a chance, I will visit Ukraine. Zelensky also thanked the vaccine and cheap and quality pharmaceuticals.

At the same time, regarding PM Modi’s meeting with Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, the Foreign Secretary said that Deuba appreciated the help provided by India after the earthquake in Nepal. India helped build 50,000 homes and several schools and hospitals in Nepal’s Gorkha district. Deuba also thanked PM Modi for making available the Kovid vaccines on time.

This was his first meeting with PM Modi after Deuba became prime minister in July. He also invited Prime Minister Modi to visit Nepal at his convenience. Foreign Secretary Shringla said that during the meeting, the two leaders had fruitful talks and it was also agreed to enhance the ongoing efforts against the Kovid-19 epidemic, including further strengthening the bilateral ties.

Before returning home, PM Modi met people from the Indian community here.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on the sidelines of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow on Tuesday. During this, he said that the people of India attach great importance to friendship with Israel. They expressed their commitment to work together towards further deepening the strong bilateral ties.

During this, Naftali Bennett jokingly told PM Modi that you are very popular in Israel, come join our party.

The two leaders praised each other

In a video tweeted by PM Modi, both the leaders are seen greeting each other during a passionate discussion. “Definitely we will continue to work together to further strengthen bilateral ties and make the planet better,” PM Modi tweeted on Tuesday. He said that the people of India attach utmost importance to friendship with Israel. Israel’s Prime Minister Bennett also tweeted and wrote that Narendra Modi, it was really great to finally meet you.

In July 2017, both the countries had talked about strengthening bilateral ties.

India and Israel enhanced their strategic partnership as part of their bilateral ties during the historic visit of Prime Minister Modi to Israel in July 2017. Since then, relations between the two countries have been focused on expanding knowledge-based partnerships, including cooperation in innovation and research, including promoting the ‘Make in India’ initiative. The prime minister also met Surinamese President and friend Chan Santokhi met on the sidelines of the summit.

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