PM Modi on the election campaign banners of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

The election fever is on in Israel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen on the election campaign banners with PM Narendra Modi, as there are snap polls in Israel. Also, similar banners are found in which the Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu can be seen with US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.


The banners can be seen on PM Netanyahu's Likud party office in Tel Aviv and the next on the top in Hebrew peruses, Netanyahu (in an) "different league". PTI reported.

On September 17, the elections will be held in Israel and Netanyahu's campaign basically focuses on having good terms with the world leaders which is an endeavor to show him as a leader of unequaled stature in Israeli politics which is very important for the security of the nation.


The re-election for the longest-serving Prime Minister in Israel's history won't be simple as Israeli legislators cast a ballot 74-45 for dissolving the 21st Knesset (Israel's Parliament) and hold the re-appointment on September 17. PM Netanyahu failed to make a coalition government after the polls on April ninth.

Russian President Putin and US President Trump had declared concession for Israel in help of the election campaign of PM Netanyahu, however, some people considered it to be an interference in the nation's matters.

PM Modi had visited Israel in 2017 after holding the seat of PM and his Israeli partner Prime Minister Netanyahu visited in January 2018.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was the first world leader to congratulate PM Modi for his huge victory in the 2019 General Elections and had vowed to strengthen their bond as well as bilateral ties with India


by Lokendra Sharma | Tue, Jul 30 - 11:14 AM

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