Both leaders made several references to terrorism, and talked about the "challenge" of dealing with forces that sought to undermine their countries, as well as "strategic threats to regional peace and stability". "They stressed that there can be no justification for acts of terror on any grounds whatsoever", it said. "Businesses on both sides should take primary lead in such efforts", he said, as per PTI. India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar also said "We wanted to focus on water and agriculture as people do not see it in the right focus".
Modi described India-Israel relations as "I for I" and "I with I".
"The.people in Israel are trying to find ways to invest in India and to make mutual projects together", he said.
"The President of Israel welcomed me so warmly, he broke protocol".
Modi said there were about 600 Indian students in Israel who can contribute to the future of the relationship. President Reuven Rivlin visited late past year. The Indian Prime Minister reached Israel on 3 July for a three-day visit.
Modi will not visit the Palestinian Authority during this Middle East visit, an unusual step for the leader of a nation with warm ties to the Arab world. He said that he lionize Indian culture, history, and democracy a lot and values their adherence towards progress. "We regard thriving two-way trade and investment flows as the bed-rock of a strong partnership", he added.
Moshe was just two at the time of the 26/11 attack and was rescued by his nanny who fled with him from the Nariman House after Pakistan-based LeT terrorists attacked it.
Earlier in the day, PM Modi had also noted the unprecedented welcome that he was receiving in Israel and expressed his gratitude to Israeli President Reuven Rivlin who came out to receive him.