Foreign Minister Eli Cohen speaks with his Indian counterpart, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, for the first time since taking office.
According to the Foreign Ministry, Cohen and Jaishankar discuss the importance of Israeli-Indian relations, including free trade deals and joint projects in the fields of innovation, security, food and water.
Jaishankar invites Cohen to visit India in the near future, according to Israel’s Foreign Ministry.
Jaishankar tweets about his call with Cohen that he “looks forward to partnering him in taking our cooperation forward. Value his many insights, including on economy and security.”