Netanyahu, Mubarak Meet in Cairo

(Ynet News) Roee Nahmias - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak met Sunday in Cairo to discuss the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians. The meeting lasted over two hours, with the intermittent participation of Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman and Netanyahu aides Uzi Arad and Yitzhak Molcho. "President Mubarak represents the aspiration to expand the circle of peace and maintain stability and security for all of the region's people. Once again, I find in him a partner for the achievement of these important goals," Netanyahu said after the meeting. But Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit said the conditions for moving to direct peace talks were still "lacking."

2010-07-19 09:02:01

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