India, Israel to Collaborate in Fighting Terror

Written by | November 8, 2014 | 0
Tel Aviv: Recognising the evolving global terror threats, India and Israel have resolved to deepen cooperation in fighting the menace and collaborate in the field of cyber security.

During a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, visiting Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday discussed the regional situation and the evolving threats to the global community from terror.

“The Home Minister said that terror was a threat not only to countries like India and Israel but to the whole world.

They reviewed existing cooperation and future possibilities in this area,” an official statement issued after the meeting said.

The Home Minister expressed satisfaction at the growth in bilateral ties in a range of areas, including defence and agriculture.

Mr Rajnath Singh noted the signing of agreements in the area of homeland security that had opened another area of mutually beneficial cooperation.

The Home Minister emphasised the importance of capacity building and training and said that the future emphasis should be to build a hi-tech partnership befitting two leading knowledge economies.

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