Netanyahu extends condolences to Kenyan president: We'll stand together in fight against terrorism

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April 5, 2015 19:58

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday extended his condolences on behalf of Israel to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta following a deadly terror attack last week at a university in the African state.

Netanyahu told the Kenyatta that the Jewish state was prepared to offer any assistance required in the wake of the massacre by Islamist gunman of nearly 150 people at Kenya's Garissa University College.

The premier stressed that Israel and Kenya "will stand together in the fight against terrorism."

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