Israel ‘cherishes its friendship’ with India; both can do lot of good in World: Bennett
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Thursday thanked his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for his warm greetings on Israel's Independence Day and said that the Jewish state ''cherishes its friendship'' with New Delhi and the two countries together can do a ''lot of good in this world''.
He made the remarks in a video message shared on his Twitter handle on the 74th anniversary of Israel's Independence Day.
Prime Minister Modi, who had visited Israel in July 2017, said in a video message: “This year we are also celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of our diplomatic relations. This may be a new chapter but the relationship between our two countries is age old. I hope that we will further deepen our ties in the years to come''.
Birla, in a tweet, extended his best wishes to the Knesset's speaker, Israeli parliamentarians and all Israelis.
''We will continue to work together to fulfill the shared vision of a strategic partnership,'' Jaishankar said in his tweet.
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