Relations between Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel and Israel Embassy in India did not exist until 1992. However, India recognized Israel as a nation in 1950. In 1954, the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru expressed his support to Israel when he said he would not "be a party to a resolution which stated that the creation of Israel was a violation of international law". Establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Israel also strengthened the relationships with the United States. The working of Indian Embassy in Israel is viewed by both the Israelis and the Palestinians as a trustworthy intermediary making full efforts to maintain international peace and tranquility in the world. In 2007, the world's first Jewish-Hindu-Muslim interfaith leadership summit was held in New Delhi which was spearheaded by Hindu and Muslim organizations in India and Jewish organizations in Israel and the American Jewish Committee.
INDIAN EMBASSY IN TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
140 Hayarkon Street,
PO Box 3368,
Applicants are advised to check whether the Embassy is working on a particualr day. An appropriate notice is put up in the Embassy premise about the forthcoming holidays.