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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Moussa would honor Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty?

Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa, who is the leading candidate to become President of Egypt when elections are held, implied in an interview with the Washington Post that he would honor the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty.
Moussa said it was important that Egypt honor its international agreements and remain a steadfast ally with the United States, as equal partners. "We have major interests with the U.S." and "the U.S. also has major interests with us and the Arab world," he said. "I'm against those that believe the U.S. is an automatic enemy."
"Honor its international agreements" is not quite the same as endorsing the treaty specifically, but 'international agreements' in an Egyptian context ought to include the treaty.

Hmmm.

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