Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his "path-breaking" visit to Israel on Tuesday with his counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu extending an extraordinary welcome and asserting that "even sky is not the limit" in the cooperation between the two countries.
Modi, the first Indian prime minister to visit the Jewish nation, was received at the Ben Gurion airport by Netanyahu who said in Hindi, "aapka swagat hai, mere dost" (welcome, my friend).
Here are the five major points-
'Aapka swaagat hai mere dost', says PM Netanyahu welcoming PM Modi in Hindi
We are cooperating to secure our societies against common threats such as terrorism: Modi
Alongside building a partnership for shared economic prosperity, we are also cooperating to secure our societies: Modi
I am keen to interact with Indian diaspora in Israel, including large number of Jews of Indian origin: Modi
Formula for success simple, it's I-squared &T-squared, equals Indian talent and Israel technology, equals India-Israel ties for tomorrow: Benjamin Netanyahu