A total of seven agreements were signed between India and Israel in sectors ranging from agriculture to water conservation and space as they sought to deepen ties beyond high-priced defence deals.
The PM of India Mr. Narendra Modi and his counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu presented a series of agreements for cooperation on satellite technology, water and agriculture, as well as the creation of a $40 million innovation fund.
Important Takeaways From Above News-
- Benjamin Netanyahu is the PM of Israel.
- The Capital of Israel is Jerusalem.
- Israeli new shekel is the Currency of Israel.
- PM Modi’s visit marks 25 years since India and Israel established diplomatic relations.
Source- The Economic Times