Egypt PM says peace deal with Israel not sacred

By REUTERS
September 15, 2011 19:11

 
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CAIRO - Prime Minister Essam Sharaf said Egypt's peace deal with Israel was not sacred and was always open to discussion or change if that would benefit the region or enhance peace, speaking in an interview with a Turkish television channel.

"The Camp David agreement is not a sacred thing and is always open to discussion with what would benefit the region and the case of fair peace ... and we could make a change if needed," he said in the interview, which was also broadcast on Egyptian state television.

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