Delhi: India-Israel trade increased to nearly $7.5 billion: Ambassador
New Delhi : Ambassador Noor Gillon said on Thursday that trade between India and Israel has increased from $5 billion before the Covid pandemic to nearly $7.5 billion now. He described it as “very encouraging” for both the countries.
According to PTI Reports, Israel’s Ambassador to India said that the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two countries will move forward when External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar visits Israel in 2021. Negotiations for this agreement have been going on for more than a decade.