On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu and discussed ways to further the partnership between India and Israel.
He tweeted, “Spoke with PM Benjamin Netanyahu and discussed ways to strengthen the multifaceted India-Israel friendship, deepen our focus on innovation partnership, and our ongoing cooperation in defence and security.”
The two leaders spoke over the phone for the second time since Netanyahu took office again in December of last year. According to the Israeli PMO, the phone call lasted for around 20 minutes.
According to a PMO statement, “the two leaders discussed ways to improve the close and essential connections between Israel and India.” The two presidents underlined a shared goal to strengthen their nations’ collaboration in high technology, the economy, and security, the statement continued.
In a phone call to Netanyahu on January 11, Modi congratulated him on becoming prime minister and emphasised the value of the two nations’ ongoing collaboration.
On December 29, 2022, Netanyahu was sworn in as Israel’s prime minister for the sixth time, presiding over the Jewish state’s most right-wing administration to yet. Israel’s longest-serving prime minister is already him.