The Ambassador of Israel to India Daniel Carmon called on the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi recently. The two sides have Agreement on Homeland and Public Security, Agreement on Protection of Classified Materials & Information and Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty in Criminal Matters.
Ambassador Carmon said that Israel is looking forward to a meaningful cooperation with India in the area of homeland security. He said that the recently signed agreement is a step further in this direction.
The Home Minister welcomed the ceasefire in Gaza and hoped that it would usher in peace and tranquillity in the region that would be beneficial for both the sides. The Ambassador agreed with the Home Minister and indicated that the first priority of Israel is the reconstruction, rehabilitation and demilitarisation of Gaza so that peace and normalcy return to the region at the earliest.
The Ambassador has invited the Home Minister to attend the third Israel Homeland Security International Conference and Exhibition to be held in Tel Aviv during November this year.