Here are the highlights on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu:
In Gujarat, PM @narendramodi and @IsraeliPM@netanyahu will visit the Centre of Excellence for Vegetables at Vadrad in Sabarkantha district. They will inaugurate the Centre of Excellence for Date Palms at Kukama via a video link. The two leaders will also interact with farmers. pic.twitter.com/hhbX4TCXPO- PMO India (@PMOIndia) January 16, 2018
PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara toured the Taj Mahal:- PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) January 16, 2018
"This is a moment of relaxation on a very intensive visit. I would like to thank Indian PM Modi for allowing us this moment as well. In India we met much love, love for Israel, and here we are in the temple of love." pic.twitter.com/YX9sbH9AdC
- Democracies bind and connect to each other in natural ways. I saw sympathy and friendship of people. When I walked in streets of India, just like in Agra, someone said to me, we are so happy that you are friends with our PM, we are friends with you & Israel
- The alliance of democracies is important to secure our common future, I believe possibilities are endless. In this visit, we have discussed how we can strengthen our two nations in civilian, security and in every area
- I was astounded to know that PM Modi has moved India in the scale of ease of doing business 42 places in three years
- Our main job, both India and Israel, is to cut the bureaucracy
- The growth of military power depend automatically on the economic power.
- The future belongs to those who innovate
- We've transformed our centralised economy into a free market economy
- The minute we created this climate of entrepreneurship, there was place for talent
- We've achieved that transition to a more liberal economy
- The countries that will seize the future will be those who innovate
PM Shri @narendramodi to dedicate #iCreate, the International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Technology at Deo Dholera village near Ahmedabad to the nation in the august presence of PM of Israel Mr. @netanyahu#WelcomeNetanyahu#NetanyahuInIndiapic.twitter.com/a64a1dS0bE- CMO Gujarat (@CMOGuj) January 16, 2018
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu along with his wife Sara today visited the 17th century Mughal monument Taj Mahal.
- The dignitaries spent some time at Hotel Amar Vilas before leaving for the monument in golf carts.
- In view of the Israeli prime minister's visit, the Taj Mahal remained closed for over two hours for tourists.
- The route from the Kheria Airport to the Taj Mahal was sealed and extra security arrangements were made.