Israelis, Egyptians discuss security in Cairo

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February 15, 2013 11:36

 
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An Israeli delegation departed from Cairo on Thursday evening after meeting Egyptian officials to discuss security issues in Sinai, the alleged Israeli strike in Syria, and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the Egyptian website Al-Shorouk reported Friday.

According to the al-Masreyoon website, an Israeli delegation composed of four officials arrived in Cairo on Thursday on an Israeli military plane. The Israelis met with members of the Egyptian General Intelligence Service while the plane waited on the runway. Sources reported that the talks were headed by the Egyptian intelligence chief Raafat Shehata. The talks were said to have covered the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and the reported Israeli attack on Syria, according to the sources.

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