The envoy informed that cooperation in areas of agriculture, water, defence, food industry, science and technology, trade and innovation would be on the top of agenda during the visit and various MoUs could be signed in these sectors.
Carmon said the Netanyahu's visit was happening at a time when the countries were celebrating 25 years of their diplomatic relations.
"130 businessmen will be accompanying Prime Minister Netanyahu which reflects aspirations of both sides to increase trade and business. There is also a schedule meeting with businessmen in Mumbai," the envoy said.
Prime Minister Netanyahu would arrive on a six-day visit to India, starting from January 14.
In addition, Netanyahu will give an inaugural speech at the Raisina Dialogue and meet with the Indo-Israeli CEOs at the forum.
In Gujarat, the Indian and Israeli Prime Ministers will visit the Center of Excellence in Vadrad and inaugurate a Center of Excellence for date palms in Bhuj via video conference. They will also visit the iCreate innovation campus and center.
In Mumbai, Netanyahu will meet members of Jewish community and participate in a gathering of Indian business leaders. He will also reach out to Bollywood in an exclusive 'Shalom Bollywood' event.
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