Mumbai: Israel Premier Benjamin Netanyahu has stated that his nation and India shared 'Ties of civilizations and of democracies." And “have some understanding" should India make a decision to unilaterally perform antagonistic action across the Line of Control against UN-designated-global terrorists, a statement that is problem-solving of supporting India's right to protect itself.
In an exclusive interview with Times Now, when in particular raised a question that if Israel would support such an action, PM Netanyahu said, "Well, let's say this, we have some understanding and I don't think I have to add beyond that," ahead of adding that the Indo-Israeli ties is not directed in opposition to any precise nation.
"We (Israel) are not enemies of Pakistan and Pakistan should not be our enemy either," he said.
Speaking about the Palestine heated discussion, Israel PM said, "Israel does not claim to be a perfect country. I don't know any country which is without problems. But, we extend our hands in peace to our neighbors. It is unfortunate that at least on the Palestinian side, we haven't seen a reciprocal response." He also claimed, "Israel is no longer viewed by most Arab countries as an enemy, but as an indispensable ally in their battle against radicalism."
PM Netanyahu also expressed India-Israel partnership as a 'Ties of civilizations and of democracies.' Netanyahu stated, "I was in one of the centers of excellence in Gujarat, where Israeli agricultural know-how is being transmitted to Indian farmers. Five farmers told me growing vegetables had helped increase their income four-five-fold. I said, 'this is tremendous'. If we can have that multiplied for all, it means we just raised the living standard of a massive number of Indians."