Egypt paper: No amendments to peace treaty without Israel

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August 31, 2011 10:17

 
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Any amendment to the Camp David Accords, the agreement that ended decades-long hostilities between Egypt and Israel, must be made in coordination with the governments in Cairo and Jerusalem, Egyptian newspaper al-Youm as-Sabaa reported Tuesday.

According to Egyptian military official Ismail Otman, the peace treaty is not being altered in any way at the present time, al-Youm as-Sabaa reported, despite attempts by "extremist elements to "drive a wedge between that people of Sinai and the [Egyptian] military on the one hand, and also cause unrest with Israel."

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