"And in January, I will make a reciprocal visit to my dear good friend, Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, whose population is a significant part of humanity", he added.
After his arrival, Netanyahu and PM Modi are likely to visit the Teen Murti Circle in New Delhi where the two leaders will lay a wreath at the monument, where the "Haifa liberation day" is commemorated every year on September 23.
Both Modi and Netanyahu will visit two centres of excellency in Ahmedabad and inaugurate one.
He said Modi and Netanyahu would hold talks on a wide range of matters and "I am sure (the Palestine issue) is also going to come up".
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His itinerary includes visits to Gujarat and Mumbai.
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He is the second Prime Minister from his country after Ariel Sharon to visit India in the last 25 years of a diplomatic relationship.
Bhaskar parried a directly reply when asked about the reported revival of talks on India's purchase of 8,000 Spike anti-tank missiles from Israel that was cancelled last week.
It also comes about six months after Modi's landmark visit to Israel.
On the strong bond between the two leaders which was driving the current Indo-Israeli ties, Carmon said the relationship between India and Israel is an "all-weather friendship". Netanyahu is being accompanied by the largest business delegation that has travelled with an Israeli premier on an overseas tour. "The relationship is much stronger than the one vote here and there", Carmon said, but maintained that it was "not a happy" situation when members of the global community did not vote in favour on the issue at the UN.
India had last month joined 127 other countries to vote in the UNGA in favour of a resolution opposing the recent decision of US President Donald Trump to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Israel lobbied for support from countries like India, but Netanyahu said on Wednesday he saw no setback in relations.