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Israeli Prime Minister Calls Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Say Thanks


Left Prime minister Netanyahu and Right Prime Minister Modi

New Delhi: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi and thanked him for "the government's efforts to protect Israeli representatives" after a minor explosion outside the country's embassy in the national capital last week. .

The tweet stated that Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi by telephone today and thanked his government for its efforts to keep Israeli representatives safe after the terrorist incident near the Israeli embassy in India.

On Friday, an explosion was carried out by a very low-intensity explosive device near the Israeli embassy, ​​just 1.4 kilometers from Vijay Chowk, where President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior members of the government were in Beating. Were gathered to participate. No person was injured during the blast at the retreat ceremony.

Preliminary investigations by the Delhi Police's Special Cell have revealed that the purpose of the blast was to send Iran's message to Israel. A letter recovered on Friday, addressed to Israeli Ambassador Ron Malka, and is being investigated with the word "trailer" written on it. The letter referred to the assassination of top Iranian military officer Qasim Soleimani and Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsin Fakhrizade last year, some 12 meters from the blast site. Central agencies are investigating the blast.

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