Moshe says he hopes he can live in India when he gets older
Modi offered Moshe a long-term visa, saying he could come visit any time he liked. Photograph: (Twitter)
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met on Wednesday with "Baby" Moshe in Jerusalem.
Moshe had lost his parents in the 26/11 attacks on Mumbai. He was two years of age at the time.
Moshe had been saved by his Indian nanny Sandra Samuel.
Moshe is now 11 years old.
Modi met Moshe, his nanny -- who both live in Israel now -- and his grandparents at the King David Hotel in Jerusalem.
Modi offered Moshe a long-term visa, saying he could come visit any time he liked.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was accompanying Modi at the time, said to Moshe that he should accompany him when he visits India.
Prime Minister Modi had earlier invited Prime Minister Netanyahu to India. Netanyahu had accepted.
"I hope I will be able to visit Mumbai and when I get older, I live there... Dear Mr Modi I love you and the people in India," Moshe had said to Modi.