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President Mubarak meets with Mitchell
President Mubarak meets with Mitchell
They discussed in their meeting the efforts exerted to revive the indirect negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis, working to reach the two state-solution, and lifting the siege on Gaza.
Sunday, June 20,2010 10:26
by PT Editor maysaa jarour Paltelegraph.com

Cairo, June 19, 2010  – George Mitchell ,the United States Special Envoy for the Middle East , met on Saturday with the Egyptian President Mohammad Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, as part of his visit to the region which includes Israel,  Jordan and Palestine.


They discussed in their meeting the efforts exerted to revive the indirect negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis, working to reach the two state-solution, and lifting the siege on Gaza.


Mitchell told Mubarak the results of his talks with the Israelis and Palestinians, pointing out the  Palestinian President's affirmation on the need to lift the Israeli blockade imposed on the Gaza Strip.

tags: Mitchell / Negotiations / Gaza Siege / Rafah / Mubarak / Blockade / Aid Convoy / President Mubarak / Siege on Gaza / Israeli Blockade
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