Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has postponed a visit to India just a week before his country heads to the polls in parliamentary elections, ONA reports citing Sputnik.
The postponement of the visit is the third in a row due to “scheduling constraints”. Netanyahu was scheduled to visit India on 9 September.
"… the prime minister spoke with India's prime minister. The two agreed that due to scheduling constraints – the prime minister's visit will take place after the election", the Prime Minister Office in New Delhi said on Tuesday in a statement.
Netanyahu had earlier scheduled his India-visit in February- just ahead of Indian parliamentary polls.