Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Israeli counterpart Naftali Bennett exchanged Diwali greetings on Thursday.
Taking to Twitter, Bennett wished the people of India, the world and Prime Minister Narendra Modi a "Happy Diwali." He also added a wish in Hindi in the tweet,
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Responding to Bennett's tweet, Modi thanked him for his wonderful greetings on Twitter,
PM Modi's Israeli counterpart had recently met him at the COP26 climate summit for the first time. He told PM Modi that he was the "most popular man in Israel" and should consider joining Bennett's political party. Both the leaders exchanged laughter after that.