The tweets were posted shortly after PM Modi had congratulated Bennett for taking over as the Israel PM and said he looked forward to meeting him to deepen the strategic partnership between our two countries
Modi and Netanyahu have shared a close “bromance” since 2014 with Israel emerging as the second biggest supplier of defence equipment to India.
Netanyahu was the first Prime Minister to congratulate Modi on his 2019 victory.
And when Modi became the first Indian PM to travel to Israel, Netanyahu himself was at the Ben Gurion Airport. After a grand official welcome, the PM was embraced by Netanyahu who said in Hindi, “Aapka swagat hai mere dost.”