India and Israel inked pacts on bilateral security relations
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (Government of India) and Israel signed three pacts to strengthen the efforts in the war against terror and beef up bilateral security relations.
The pacts are Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty in Criminal Matters, Agreement on Protection of Classified Material and Agreement on Cooperation in Homeland and Public Security.
- The agreements are based on the shared determination to protect their citizens, their assets and their interests.
The pacts were signed by Additional Secretary in the Home Ministry Rajiv Sharma and Ambassador of Israel in India Alon Ushpiz and one agreement by Director in the Ministry of Defense Amir Kain.
Categories: International Current Affairs 2017