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Israeli PM likely to visit India as 2 nations celebrate 30 years of ties

Gilon launched the logo virtually along with his Indian counterpart in Tel Aviv, Ambassador Sanjeev Singla

Naftali Bennett, Israel PM

Israel's prime minister, Naftali Bennett speaks during a Knesset session in Jerusalem

Press Trust of India Jerusalem
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and other senior officials are likely to visit India this year as the two countries celebrate 30 years of diplomatic relations, Israel's Ambassador to India Naor Gilon said on Monday.

In a Webinar held for the virtual launch of a special logo to set in motion the year-long celebrations to commemorate the occasion, Gilon said he feels very lucky to be Israel's Ambassador in India when "relations are exceptional" and "beyond regular", one of "partnership between ancient civilisations".

To further deepen bilateral cooperation in diverse areas, Gilon said Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and other officials are likely

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First Published: Jan 25 2022 | 2:16 AM IST

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