Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said in response to reports that Cairo would seek to make changes to the security annex of the Camp David agreement that there is no chance that Israel would agree to move, Israel Radio reported Sunday.
"There is no chance that Israel will agree to make changes to the annex of the Camp David Accords, and Egypt should not delude itself," Liberman said to Ariyeh Golan on the program "This Morning" with Israeli Radio.
In the aftermath of the Aug. 5. attack in which 16 Egyptian personnel were killed by armed terrorists, Egypt has suggested that it needs to increase it's military presence in the Sinai peninsula, in order to take control of rising regional unrest.
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