PM meets Israeli PM in New York

Published By : Admin | September 28, 2014 | 23:40 IST

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, met the Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu on Sunday. 

The two leaders reviewed the robust relationship, and rapidly growing trade. They also discussed how ties could be further expanded. The Israeli side briefed the Prime Minister on their perception of the situation in West Asia. 

Defence ties and cooperation in the field of computer software, and cyber security were also discussed.

Issues of water management and agriculture in arid areas came up for discussion, with Israel offering to share its technology in this regard. The Prime Minister also outlined his vision of waste water management and solid waste management in 500 towns across India. 

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The Israeli Prime Minister extended an invitation to Shri Narendra Modi to visit Israel. 

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