Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for the German city of Hamburg to attend the G20 Summit after summing up his three-day official visit to Israel during which he discussed key issues like terrorism and economic cooperation with the top Israeli leadership.

Modi, who became the first Indian prime minister to visit the Jewish nation, signed seven agreements to boost bilateral cooperation in key areas like science and technology, water, research and space.
The visit of Modi saw India and Israel elevate their ties to the strategic partnership level with both vowing to do “much more together” to combat growing radicalization and terrorism while pitching for strong action against those financing and providing sanctuaries to terror groups.
During his visit, Modi and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and underlined the need for the establishment of a just and durable peace in the region that has been marred by years of conflict.