Awake! the world's most important prime minister is coming

There is an atmosphere of enthusiasm for his visit to the country before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Israel in July. One of Israel's leading newspapers, The Marker, described PM Modi as the world's premier prime minister. While praising him, the newspaper wrote, "Awake! the world's most important prime minister is coming".

The Business Daily 'The Marker' has written an article on Israeli relations with India in the most prominent story of the Hebrew version. The article said that Israeli people had put considerable expectations about their Israeli visit with US President Donald Trump. But they did not say anything special. While the leader of 125 million people, PM Modi is very popular all over the world. Together, the representative of the country with the fastest growing economy, Modi is so capable that the whole world is forced to look at him today.

In other Israeli newspapers, the mention of Modi's forthcoming Israeli tour is also mentioned. Local news portals have also made comments on the avoidance of Modi's Ramlah. The Yerushalam Post has made a separate link on Modi's Israelis, in which he has published many news related to India.

Local news portal Arushj Sheva said in its report that unlike other leaders of the world, Narendra Modi is the leader of the world's largest democracy and his country is the world’s second largest country. But he is not going to Ramallah during the Israeli tour. He is not going to meet the Palestinian administration chief Mahmoud Abbas or the other leaders. It has also been said in the report that Modi met him during Abbas's visit to India.

Importantly, International Yoga Day in Israel was also celebrated with full enthusiasm. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that the relationship between India and Israel is increasing steadily. Next week on 4th July my friend Prime Minister Narendra Modi will come to Israel and his visit will certainly add another feather in Indo-Israel diplomatic cap.

Significantly, this is the first Israeli trip to any Indian Prime Minister. Netanyahu has said that it reflects Israel's military, economic and diplomatic strength. PM Modi will leave for a three-day Israeli tour on July 4.