India’s PM wraps up groundbreaking visit to Israel, tweets in Hebrew
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi left Israel on Thursday after a highly successful three-day visit. Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who accompanied Modi throughout his stay, bid him farewell at Ben Gurion airport. Upon departure, Modi tweeted a message in Hebrew thanking the government and people of Israel for their warm hospitality, and stating that his successful visit will add new energy to bilateral ties. Several minutes later, Netanyahu responded with a Hindi-language tweet saying he was pleased by the visit and hopes to meet Modi again soon.
The Indian leader departed for the German city of Hamburg where he will attend the G20 summit.