Tel Aviv, Nov 7 :
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the country was “ready and willing” to share with India technology in areas such as aviation security, border protection and water harvesting, an official statement said Friday.
Netanyahu conveyed this to Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh during their hour-long meeting here Thursday.
“Netanyahu briefed the home minister on technologies that had been developed by Israel in areas such as aviation security, border protection and water harvesting.
“He said Israel was ready and willing to discuss transfer and development of such technologies with India,” a home ministry statement said.
The statement also said a delegation from the Israeli industry would be happy to visit India to explore manufacturing opportunities in different sectors.
In this context, Rajnath Singh also mentioned the possibility of exploring third country markets in Africa and Latin America, where Indian industry has a strong presence.
Rajnath Singh left for Monaco Nov 3 to attend an Interpol ministerial meeting and general assembly.
As a part of the tour, the minister is also visiting Israel and France to discuss security related bilateral issues.