Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will follow up on his palace-hopping trek through east Africa with financing and regulatory help for some of the business deals his entourage of Israeli executives discussed along the way.
The diplomatic fruit of last week’s five-day trip will ripen only further down the road, said Netanyahu, who hopes stronger alliances with African and Arab leaders can help blunt the antagonism Israel routinely faces at the United Nations.
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