. “We have differences of opinion and it is important that we discuss them,” said Rivlin. “We are not allowing politicians to be involved in creating ‘facts.'"
The visit comes after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Kenya this week, his third to Africa in the past year and a half.
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