State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu on Sunday noted that both Kenya and Israel enjoy good relations; have worked together in protecting their territories from a common enemy of terrorism.
Esipisu pointed out that Kenya and Israel have long recognized that terrorism poses a global threat that demands a global answer saying the two countries will continue to cooperate in eliminating and defeating of extremist groups.
Israeli PM's visit comes at the invitation of President Uhuru Kenyatta, who extended it during his visit to Israel in February.
Netanyahu first stop was in Uganda.
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