Bahrain: Mubarak, King Hamad discuss status of peace talks

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November 25, 2010 19:58

 
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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak discussed the status of stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations with Bahrain's King Hamad on Thursday, AFP reported.

Mubarak was in Bahrain as part of a tour of the Gulf states that has already seen the Egyptian president visit the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

Mubarak said that the Gulf nations agree with Egypt's opinion that negotiations must be resumed but "in a manner that safeguards Palestinian rights."

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