NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu have signed as many as 9 significant deals on Monday.
Indian media reports suggest that the two leaders signed bilateral contracts in areas of oil, gas, the protocol for airports and cybersecurity, among others.
Netanyahu arrived in the country on Sunday for a six-day visit. During the visit, he held a meeting with Modi and signed various important pacts.
The two countries also held a delegate-level meeting in New Delhi on Monday.
Netanyahu is the second Israeli PM to visit India after Ariel Sharon in last 15 year. He was accorded a ceremonial reception at Rashtrapati Bhawan.
The two leaders are expected to attend the second India-Israel CEO Forum Meeting today evening.