10th round of Foreign Ministries Consultations between Israel and India were held in Jerusalem, in a spirit of friendship and mutual understanding which characterizes the relations between the two countries.

Communicated by the Foreign Ministry Spokesman’s Bureau)

The 10th round of the Foreign Affairs Consultations between Israel and India was held in the Ministry of Foreign Affaires, in Jerusalem on 15 May 2007. The Israeli Delegation was headed by Ambassador Amos Nadai, Deputy Director General, ‎Ministry ‎of Foreign Affairs. Ambassador N. Ravi, Secretary (East) Ministry of External Affairs, led the Indian Delegation. The discussions were opened by Senior Deputy Director General Yossi Gal.

The delegations called on Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tzipi Livni.

The tenth round of talks coincided with the 15th anniversary of full diplomatic relations between India and Israel. It was held in a spirit of friendship and mutual understanding which characterizes the relations between the two countries. The two sides had a wide ranging and constructive exchange of views on bilateral, multilateral and regional issues. Ideas for further enhancing bilateral relations in fields such as economy and commerce, agriculture, culture, science, with particular emphasis on intensifying people to people contacts were discussed.