Egypt foreign, finance ministers say to keep jobs

By REUTERS
August 1, 2012 13:01

 
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CAIRO - Egypt's ministers of finance and foreign affairs said on Wednesday they were keeping their posts in a new government being formed by Prime Minister Hisham Kandil.

Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr and Finance Minister Mumtaz al-Saeed confirmed they would stay on after emerging from a meeting with Kandil, who is due to formally unveil his cabinet on Thursday.

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