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After Maldives ban entry of Israelis Israel Embassy asks citizens to explore Indian beaches

PM Narendra Modi and Benjamin Netanyahu
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Israeli passport holders have been banned from entering Maldives. After this, the Israeli ambassador to India has advised his country’s citizens to travel to India. The embassy said that Israeli tourists are warmly welcomed in India.

The Israeli embassy gave this advice to its citizens

The Embassy of Israel has advised its citizens to visit the beaches of Goa, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and Kerala. The Embassy of Israel has shared a post on the social media platform X. The post includes pictures of the beaches of Lakshadweep, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Goa and Kerala. In the post, the Israeli Embassy said, ‘Maldives is no longer welcoming Israelis. Here are some beautiful and amazing Indian beaches where Israeli tourists are warmly welcomed. Consider these recommendations of the Israeli Embassy.’

Maldives had imposed a ban on Israeli citizens

Israel’s ambassador to Mumbai, Kobi Shoshani, also reacted to the post of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in which PM Modi praised the natural beauty of Lakshadweep. He wrote on Instagram that thanks to the Maldives government for taking such a decision. Israeli people can now visit the beautiful beaches of India. Let us tell you that on Sunday, Maldives had announced a ban on Israeli passport holders.

The President of Maldives gave these instructions

After a meeting held in the President’s Office of Maldives, the island nation’s Technology Minister Ali Ehsan had announced this. He said that President Mohammed Muizzu has given instructions for this. Muizzu has decided to appoint a special envoy to Palestine. He has also announced to organize fund raising events for the Palestinians. The war between Israel and Palestine has been going on for the last seven months.

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