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India, Israel upgrading bilateral ties

  • India hopes to sign three large agreements on water, energy and education, during Indian President Pranab Mukherjee’s state visit to Israel.
  • Ever since India established diplomatic relations with Jewish State in January 1992, bilateral cooperation between the two countries has increased.
  • Indian multinationals have made long-term investments to the tune of hundreds of millions in Israeli start-up eco-system.
  • Indian technology firms, operating in a competitive global market, see Israel as the destination for world class talent and for acquiring cutting-edge innovation.
  • Israel has now made India its biggest partner in the field of agriculture, with the renewal of bilateral agricultural agreement.
  • Israeli institutions of higher education have tied up with leading Indian universities and research institutions to create exchange programs and joint research projects, and training the next generation of Indian corporate and technology leaders, with special focus on women entrepreneurship.

Source: DefenceNews

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