Tel Aviv | Prime Minister Narendra Modi features in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s election campaign ahead of their re-elections on September 17.
Banners have been put up against the buildings featuring leaders like US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The banners have been put up on Netanyahu’s Likud party headquarters in Tel Aviv. The top text in Hebrew reads, Netanyahu (in a) “different league”.
Israeli lawmakers in May voted 74-45 in favour of dissolving the 21st Knesset (Parliament) and hold unprecedented re-election on September 17 after Netanyahu failed to form a coalition government after the April 9 polls.
Netanyahu, the longest-serving Prime Minister of Israel, is facing a tough re-election bid this time.
India and Israel have been enjoying a strong strategic and diplomatic relation in recent years.
Netanyahu visited India in January 2018, while Modi travelled to Tel Aviv in 2017.
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