Israeli PM Netanyahu Sends Shock Waves Through East Africa

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Uganda has caused a stir in the region. Netanyahu's announcement that Sudan had "agreed to start cooperation leading to normalization of the relationship between the two countries" caused a flurry of comments from government officials, Sudanese political parties and public figures, the Associated Press reports. And Uganda publication The Observer reports that Israeli security minders injected unexpected drama in the one-day visit by insisting on taking control of security at State House.

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni held talks in Uganda on February 3, 2020.

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