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Israeli President Affirms Strong Relations with India


The Algemeiner reports: Israeli President Reuven Rivlin reaffirmed the strong relations between the Jewish state and India in meetings with the leaders of the South Asian country during a state visit Tuesday.

“I have no doubt that my trip here will help the ties and the cooperation between our two peoples grow stronger in security and our ability to keep our people safe, in agriculture, in water, in technology, in culture and in education,” Rivlin said in a joint press conference with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi.

In his remarks, Modi noted the threats of terrorism and extremism both countries face, and the need for increased international collaboration to combat these forces “with resolve and determination.”

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