Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his visit to Kazakhstan on Tuesday is historic, as it is the first visit of n Israeli Prime Minister to this dominantly Muslim country in Central Asia.
Netanyahu claimed that Muslim-majority countries, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan were in fact that ones that requested his visit.
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Netanyahu also claimed that “Israel is not isolated internationally” and many countries in Latin America and Africa want to establish relations with Israel, noting that Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan’s relationship with Israel is important.
The Israeli Prime Minister visited the two countries to sign technology and trade deals, bringing along on his trip some 70 Israeli business people to boost trade relations.
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Israel is buying petrol from Kazakhstan and has economic and security relations with both Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. Some sources claim that Israel has a military airport in Azerbaijan near the Azerbaijan-Iran borders.
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