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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Rwandan President Paul Kagame on Thursday in New York during the United Nations General Assembly. The leaders discussed regional threats and Iranian transgression.
The two also discussed the peace agreement between Ethiopia and Eritrea and the opportunities for development and the establishment of stability in the region due to the agreement.
Netanyahu requested Kagame's assistance in promoting relations with other African countries.
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