President Rivlin lands in India for six-day visit to boost ties

November 14, 2016 08:37


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Israeli President Reuven Rivlin arrived in India on Monday morning on a six-day visit to India.

During his stay, the president is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and sign a number of memorandiums of understanding to boost trade between the countries. A large delegation of business people accompanied Rivlin on the flight to Mumbai.

Rivlin will also visit the site of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, in which six Jews were killed at the city's Chabad house, and pay his respects at memorials for former leader Mahatma Gandhi and Indian soldiers who fell in the First World War.

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