Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to Israel on July 4, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday said that bilateral support on cyber security will be an important agenda during the talks with PM Modi.
Netanyahu said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is most important Prime Minister in world and he wants many bilateral cooperation in the field of cyber security.
Netanyahu said that earlier it was negative to call that we belong to Israel but now when we talk about cyber and advanced technology, it is positive thing to say that we belong to Israeli company. He added that whole world is now approaching us.
Israeli PM said that India is third fastest growing economy and PM Modi wants support in many fields including water, agriculture, health etc.
On the occasion of completion of 25 years in India-Israel political relations, PM Modi is slated to visit Israel on 3-day tour on July 4.