Coming ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel in July this year and as part of the Growing Partnership between India and Israel and in order to ease the travel of Indian businessmen to Israel, Israel had approved a new policy allowing multiple entry business visas for 5 years.
“Connectivity is an important ingredient in relationship between peoples. I am glad we can add another positive measure in this regard while celebrating 25 years of diplomatic relations”, Ambassador Daniel Carmon said.
It may be mentioned here that Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Israel in July this year will be an historic visit as it will be the first by an Indian PM.
Modi is expected to visit Israel on his return from the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, during the second week of July.
The Indian government believes the standalone visit to Israel will further “underline the significance of India’s special ties with the Jewish nation.”
The visit will mark 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two allies.
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