- Taj Mahal remained closed for over 2 hours for tourists
- Route from Kheria Airport to Taj Mahal was sealed, security was beefed up
- Mr Netanyahu is in India for a six-day visit
Prime Minister Netanyahu was received by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the Kheria Airport. He was accorded a traditional welcome by Braj folk artists on his arrival at the airport, the chief minister's office said on Twitter.
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.
According to officials, the visiting dignitary will have lunch at Hotel Amar Vilas before leaving for New Delhi. Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived in India on Sunday on a six-day visit.
The Israeli prime minister is scheduled to inaugurate the third edition of the geo-political conference, 'Raisina Dialogue', in Delhi later today.
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