Benjamin Netanyahu in Mumbai: Israel PM meets business leaders, visits Nariman House with 26/11 survivor Moshe Holtzberg [Photos]

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Mumbai on Thursday, where had breakfast with business leaders and paid tributes to Mumbai terror attack victims

FP Staff January 18, 2018 20:30:03 IST
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Mumbai on Thursday, where had "power breakfast" with business leaders and paid tributes to Mumbai terror attack victims. AP
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Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Mumbai on Thursday, where had "power breakfast" with business leaders and paid tributes to Mumbai terror attack victims. AP
Netanyahu was received at the airport by Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and senior officials on Wednesday night. Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
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Netanyahu was received at the airport by Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and senior officials on Wednesday night. Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Netanyahu also mentioned the "deep personal friendship" he shares with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, adding that the warmth goes deeper, right up to the common man. Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
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Netanyahu also mentioned the "deep personal friendship" he shares with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, adding that the warmth goes deeper, right up to the common man. Twitter @CMOMaharashtra
Later, he addressed the India-Israel Business Summit at the iconic Taj Hotel in South Mumbai, where he termed his country's partnership with India as one "made in heaven", which rests on shared values of love for humanity, democracy and freedom. PTI
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Later, he addressed the India-Israel Business Summit at the iconic Taj Hotel in South Mumbai, where he termed his country's partnership with India as one "made in heaven", which rests on shared values of love for humanity, democracy and freedom. PTI
The Israeli prime minister later arrived at Chabad House where he paid tribute to victims of 26/11 terror attack. He also met terror attack survivor Moshe Holtzberg. Reuters
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The Israeli prime minister later arrived at Chabad House where he paid tribute to victims of 26/11 terror attack. He also met terror attack survivor Moshe Holtzberg. Reuters
He also unveiled a plaque in the memory of Moshe’s parents, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg. Netanyahu will later interact with several Bollywood actors, producers and directors in the 'Shalom Bollywood' event. Reuters
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He also unveiled a plaque in the memory of Moshe’s parents, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg. Netanyahu will later interact with several Bollywood actors, producers and directors in the 'Shalom Bollywood' event. Reuters