Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh who is visiting Israel met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and they both discussed the evolving global terror threats, India and Israel have resolved to deepen cooperation in fighting the menace and collaborate in the field of cyber security as per reports from Press Trust of India. This is a second visit by a senior government minister since 2000 when former deputy prime minister L.K. Advani went there.
India and Israel are two nations in the world who are most affected by terror and many people have also lost their lives. That is why this long delayed meet is very crucial for both nations and further steps have to be taken to improve bilateral relations in the field of defense, agriculture, matters of security and fight against terrorism. Also the two nations are very close to signing the free trade agreement which will make it very easier for conducting future business which will be good for the economy.
After meeting would be finished Mr. Singh will meet with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon which makes it a very crucial visit for further development of relationship between these two nations.