According to the statement, President Kovind told Netanyahu that his visit to India was a culmination of celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Israel.
The President further said opportunities lay before the two countries in the fields of investment, manufacturing, services, start-ups and technology. He appreciated the presence of Israeli companies in India, especially in the water, defence, technology and pharma sectors.
The olive tea that was served to the Israeli Prime Minister at Rashtrapati Bhavan was produced in Bikaner by Rajasthan Olive Cultivation Ltd, a joint venture between the Government of Rajasthan and Israeli partners. (ANI)