Head administrator Narendra Modi on Sunday broke convention to by and by get his Israeli partner Benjamin Netanyahu at the airplane terminal as he touched base in the national money to start a six-day visit.

He invited Netanyahu with an embrace upon his landing. The Israeli PM is joined by his better half Sara.

Executive Narendra Modi on Sunday broke convention to by and by get his Israeli partner Benjamin Netanyahu at the air terminal as he touched base in the national money to start a six-day visit.

He invited Netanyahu with an embrace upon his entry. The Israeli PM is joined by his better half Sara.

Executive Narendra Modi on Sunday broke convention to by and by get his Israeli partner Benjamin Netanyahu at the air terminal as he touched base in the national money to start a six-day visit.

He invited Netanyahu with an embrace upon his entry. The Israeli PM is joined by his better half Sara.

The two pioneers at that point headed to focal Delhi where Teen Murti Chowk was formally rechristened as Teen Murti-Haifa Chowk in a function went to by them.

PM Modi and Netanyahu additionally laid a wreath and marked the guest’s book at the commemoration.

In the guest’s book, PM Modi wrote that he saluted the “great Indian traditions of selfless sacrifice and penance” of Indian soldiers, who laid down their lives during the liberation of the city of Haifa and the First World War. One of these pages was written 100 years ago, in the sacrifice of Indian soldiers at Haifa. The sacrifice commemorated at Teen Murti observes its centenary. Naming this spot as Teen Murti-Haifa Chowk marks this historic occasion. In the presence of the prime minister of Israel, we pay homage to the brave soldiers.”

Netanyahu’s visit to India is just the second one by an Israeli PM and comes following a hole of 15 years. Previous PM Ariel Sharon went by India in 2003.

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