Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu visit Agra today along with his wife Sara to see the Taj Mahal. He is expected to return Delhi later in the day to take part in the Raisina Dialogue, in which he is scheduled to deliver an inaugural speech at 4:30 pm.On Monday, Modi and Netanyahu held “wide-ranging and intensive” talks to bolster cooperation in key areas such as defence and counter-terrorism. Modi and Netanyahu also noted with that the next meeting of the Joint Working Groups on Homeland and Public Security will be held in February 2018.The two leaders noted the “grave” threat that terrorism poses to peace and security, including from non-state actors, and reiterated that there can be no justification for acts of terror on any ground, a joint statement, issued after the Modi-Netanyahu meeting, said.On his part, Netanyahu said Indians and Israelis know the “true pain” of a terror attacks. “We are talking about cooperation in (the field of) defence so that our people are always safe and secure. We remember the horrific savagery in Mumbai (a reference to 26/11 terror attack), we grate our teeth, we fight back, (and) we never give in,” the Israeli premier said.
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