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Abbas concludes visit to Egypt
Published Saturday 21/12/2013 (updated) 22/12/2013 14:47
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will leave Egypt on Saturday evening following a two-day visit.

During the trip, Abbas met with foreign ministers from Arab League countries at the organization's headquarters and briefed them on the latest updates from the current round of peace talks with Israel, as well as Israeli violations of past agreements.

Abbas also met with Egyptian President Adli Mansour in the Ittihadiya presidential palace and discussed the recent events in the region, negotiations with Israel, bilateral relations with Egypt and ongoing efforts to achieve reconciliation with Hamas.

Abbas thanked the Egyptian president for his country's "continuous efforts" to support Palestinians and their rights.

Abbas arrived in Cairo on Friday and met with the Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi and Director of the Egyptian General Intelligence Directorate, Mohammad Fareed al-Tuhami.

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1 ) Mel / USA
22/12/2013 13:00
Awh,how 'sweet'.Two of Zionism's closest(paid)US-client-proxies, all chatting about how to further collectively punish 1.8 million Gazan's,just to keep lunatic Zionists happy & W/Bank & Israeli Arabs slightly'better off',Shekel 4 Shekel,than Gaza's Palestinians.What Abbas?Has Egypt's rehashed military junta promised you an EGYPTIAN tank,to"ride into Gaza",instead of a Merkava? "Continous efforts"? Yes! But to punish 1.8 MILLION Gazan's,more like,to keep USG 'Aid'checks coming to Cairo & W/B!!

2 ) spb / us
23/12/2013 03:54
With a victory I presume
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