Driving the growing ties is Netanyahu's and Modi's shared worldview as national-security hawks. Indian authorities pulled out the stops during Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit this week: His counterpart Narendra Modi showed up unexpectedly to greet him on the tarmac. At a dusty backwater in Modi's home state, children waved Star of David flags and sang in Hebrew.
One hurdle to trade is the circuitous flight between the countries. Direct flights have to circumvent countries to Israel’s east that don’t have official relations with the Jewish state, so it takes more than nine hours to fly the 4,000 kilometers (2,500 miles) from Tel Aviv to Mumbai. With Israel’s still-clandestine relations with Saudi Arabia improving, Netanyahu told a group of businesspeople in Mumbai that Israel is working on a “simple, direct flight” to India.
Indian authorities pulled out the stops during Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit this week: His counterpart Narendra Modi showed up unexpectedly to greet him on the tarmac. At a dusty backwater in Modi’s home state, children waved Star of David flags and sang in Hebrew. Farmers praised Israeli technology, and posters and billboards bearing the Israeli prime minister’s likeness were plastered on roads.
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