Today, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu showed visiting Indian PM Modi the Jewish state's water technology. The Jerusalem Post reports on the trek, which featured a drive in a desalinization vehicle and a quick dip in the Mediterranean Sea:
Indian Prime Minister Narendra got a chance to see first hand some of Israel's newest technologies Thursday morning, touring a desalinization plant north of Hadera and even riding together with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a newly developed vehicle that can transform sea water into drinking water.
The two leaders also took time to cool off from the heat by dipping in the Mediterranean...
Modi began his third and last day of his historic visit to Israel by paying respects at the Indian military cemetery in Haifa on Thursday morning.
Modi mentioned the 1918 Battle of Haifa on Wednesday, during statements he gave following his meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“Around 150 kilometers from here, there is a slice of history in the city of Haifa in Israel that is very dear to my country,” Modi said while in Jerusalem. “This is the final resting place for 44 of the Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives during World War I to liberate the city...”