Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu talked of "shared priorities" and a partnership that "can help global peace and stability," after holding back-to-back meetings over four hours and signing seven deals, including pacts on agriculture and water management. PM Modi invited the Israeli Prime Minister and his wife to India and Mr Netanyahu immediately accepted the offer. This is the first visit to Israel by an Indian Prime Minister. After their meetings the two leaders met Moshe, the Israeli child who as a toddler survived the 2008 terror attack at a Jewish centre in Mumbai. Moshe, now 11, read out a welcome note for PM Modi, saying "Dear Mr Modi, I love you."