Netanyahu will travel to Chad ‘soon’ to restore ties

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will soon travel to Chad, where he will declare the resumption of ties between the two countries, severed in 1972, his office says.

The announcement comes during the unprecedented visit of Chadian President Idriss Déby to the Jewish state.

Netanyahu and Déby met in the Prime Minister’s Office on Tuesday and discussed “common threats and the fight against terror,” as well as agriculture, border control, solar energy, water, health issues and more, his office says.

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