22 October 2018 - 14 Heshvan 5779 - י"ד חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
India and Israel agree on new rules for business visas E-mail

As part of the growing partnership between India and Israel, and in order to ease the travel of Indian businessmen to the country, Israel has finally approved a new policy allowing multiple-entry business visas for five years.

“Connectivity is an important ingredient in relationship between peoples. I am glad we can add another positive measure in this regard while celebrating 25 years of diplomatic relations,” said Israel’s Ambassador to India Daniel Carmon.

Israel’s Minister of the Interior Rabbi Arie Deri approved the outline to the visa agreement between the two countries, which was the result of co-operation between the Ministry of the Interior and the Population Authority. Within the framework of the improved agreement, Israeli citizens wishing to travel to India on business or as tourists will receive a multipleentry visa valid for five years. The agreement grants identical terms to Indian citizens wishing to visit Israel.

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