Netanyahu meets visiting Indian president

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Indian President Pranab Mukherjee in Jerusalem a short while ago. According to the Prime Minister’s Office, the two leaders “discussed bilateral cooperation in the fields of security, technology, innovation and agriculture.”

As Israel ups its security presence across the country in the face of a new wave of Palestinian terrorist attacks, Netanyahu and Mukherjee also discussed counterterrorism and policing, the PMO said in its statement.

Mukherjee invited Netanyahu to pay a state visit to India, which Netanyahu said he’d be happy to do.

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