India and Israel to increase cooperative tie ups in Business Sectors

After the recent visit of Indian External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj, India and Israel will increase interdependency in many business tie-ups. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been forcing out for the viable and reliable internationally interdependence of the nations.



According to the press release from Israel: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met today with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. The two discussed bilateral cooperation on a broad range of issues: Security and cyber, science and technology, research and innovation, and agriculture and water.

They also discussed the intention to increase cooperation via the business sector in both countries, and not only by means of the two governments. Prime Minister Netanyahu said that Israel wanted maximum cooperation with India, in all areas. Indian External Affairs Minister Swaraj raised the possibility of increasing the number of Indian students in Israeli institutions of higher education.



During the meeting, the Indian Minister viewed a Strategic Affairs Ministry video clip on Palestinian incitement, which has been sent to European foreign ministers. Prime Minister Netanyahu said that the video explained [today’s and yesterday’s] stabbings of the two mothers. Indian Minister Swaraj expressed her condolences and condemned both yesterday’s terrorist attack in Otniel and today’s in Tekoa.

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