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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Israel on Tuesday and was welcomed by the Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu at Tel Aviv Airport and greeted him by saying "Aapka swagat hai mere dost."
PM Modi said a strong and resilient partnership between the two countries was the focus of his trip, which he called "groundbreaking".
"It is my singular honour to be the first ever Prime Minister of India to undertake this groundbreaking visit to Israel. This visit celebrates the centuries-old links between our societies as well as the establishment of 25 years of diplomatic relations between India and Israel," PM Modi said at his reception ceremony.
Modi and Netanyahu also said that they will fight terrorism together. Benjamin Netanyahu also said that he was fascinated by the Indian culture and said that the two countries can achieve great things if they work together.
"This is a very significant step in strengthening relations between the two countries. The formula for success is simple, it's I-squared and T-squared, which equals Indian talent and Israel technology, and equals India-Israel ties for tomorrow," the Israeli leader said.
Modi also said the same as he said Israel has been an important country and the relationship between the two countries will be very important going forward.