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Modi talks bilateral ties with Israel President Reuven Rivlin 

Indian PM Narendra Modi spoke about how Reuven Rivlin encouragingly wanted to do more with India and hence went ahead to delve deeper into bilateral ties. 

Published: 05th July 2017 04:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th July 2017 04:32 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

JERUSALEM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called on Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and discussed ways to strengthen bilateral ties.

"The President of Israel welcomed me so warmly, he broke protocol. This is a mark of respect for the people of India," Modi tweeted. 

"It is a privilege to meet President Rivlin again today. I fondly recall his visit to India last November when he charmed us with his affable manner and desire to do more with India," Modi wrote in the guest book at the President's residence.

"President Rivlin is admired in India for his unstinting belief and common good of mankind, I thank him for his friendship and his warm hospitality," wrote Modi, who is the first India prime minister to visit Israel.

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