Amid the Israel-Palestine war, the State Department on October 12 advocated the resumption of direct negotiations for a peaceful solution between the two states.
In a statement, the MEA said: “Our policy in this regard is long-standing and consistent. India has always advocated the resumption of direct negotiations for the creation of a sovereign, independent and viable State of Palestine living within secure and recognized borders “side by side in peace with Israel.”
Here is the tweet:
In view of the ongoing developments in Israel and Palestine, a 24-hour control room has now been set up in the MEA to monitor the situation. The details of the control room along with phone numbers were also provided.
Here you will find the contact details of the control center for information and help:
1800118797 (toll free)
Additionally, the Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv has launched a 24-hour emergency number which can be reached via the contact details provided below:
In addition, the Representative Office of India in Ramallah has also established a 24-hour emergency number which can be reached via the contact details provided below:
+970-592916418 (also WhatsApp)
Among other things, reports from Economic times revealed that there is a possibility that global technology companies operating in Israel could potentially relocate their operations to India or other regions such as the Middle East or Eastern Europe.
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Israel is known to be home to more than 500 global companies, including prominent names such as Microsoft, Intel and Google. Additionally, Indian companies such as Wipro and TCS have a presence in the country. Collectively, these companies provide employment opportunities for a significant workforce of at least 100,000 people.
With agency inputs.
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