The Israel-Africa summit scheduled for late October in Lome, Togo’s capital, has been postponed indefinitely due to rising unrest in the country.

Israeli foreign spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said that the decision to postpone the event had nothing to do with the threats of boycott, and rather with the ongoing political instability in Togo.

Nahshon added that the decision was linked to the internal situation in Togo noting that the situation is seen to be unstable, and the Togo’s Presidency asked to postpone.

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