NEW DELHI: Two ancient civilizations but two young nations—that summarises relations between India and Israel as establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries completes 30 years. A relationship that began on two legs—defence and agriculture—has now grown to be “multi-leg because we are cooperating on everything”, says Naor Gilon, Israel’s ambassador to India. As bilateral ties are at a very high point, taking it to the next level is a challenge, Amb. Gilon told StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale in an exclusive interview.
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