Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's India visit from Sunday

Benjamin Netanyahu faces a new scandal after recordings emerged of his 26-year-old stay-at-home son joyriding at taxpayer expense to Tel Aviv strip clubs

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's India visit from Sunday

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will embark on a six-day visit to India, starting from January 14. The meeting unanimously made a decision to oppose Netanyahu's visit to India.

The station relayed a statement from the Netanyahu family calling the recordings part of a witch hunt against the prime minister.

During Modi's trip, the two leaders were seen hugging each other and addressing each other repeatedly as "friend".

Apart from Delhi, he will visit Ahmedabad and Mumbai, with Modi accompanying him to Gujarat. "(They) will be accorded a grand welcome".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Netanyahu will hold talks on Monday covering entire expanse of the ties and explore new areas of cooperation to further deepen the "very very special relationship", the External Affairs Ministry said.

In addition, Netanyahu will give an inaugural speech at the Raisina Dialogue and meet with the Indo-Israeli CEOs at the forum here.

Now trade between the two countries is around 5 billion U.S. dollars, of which three billions is for exports.

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"These issues have set mechanism".

India last month had joined 127 other countries to vote in the United Nations General Assembly in favour of a resolution opposing the recent decision of US President Donald Trump to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital. This covers defence equipment as well as defence industry and technology cooperation which are developing very well.

"Bro, my dad just arranged 20 billion dollars for your dad and you can't spot me 400 Shekels?" The Israeli leader, who has frustrated a string of world leaders with his tough stances on diplomatic issues, also drew his picture ahead of time - not during the exchange.

Modi had visited the Jewish state in July past year, becoming the first Indian premier to do so.

Netanyahu finally held up his drawing, Suchard looked and said, "I was completely wrong".

Last summer, Narendra Modi became the first sitting Indian prime minister to tour Israel. Mr. Modi was the first Indian Prime Minister to have visited Israel after the two countries established diplomatic ties in 1992.

"They will also visit the iCreate innovation campus and center", the embassy said in a statement.

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