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Kenya relations with Israel to be decided after polls

15 January 2013, 16:15

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports Israel will not meddle in Kenyan politics ahead of the General Election but would decide on how to relate with the new leadership once the March polls are over.

According to Israeli Ambassador to Kenya Gil Haskel, his country would not interfere or support a particular candidate.

Haskel said that the backbone of the Kenya-Israel relations is the people-to-people relations, which has been perfected in the last 50 years.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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