Morsy says he will review peace treaty with Israel

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June 25, 2012 14:29

 
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Egyptian President-elect Mohammed Morsy will review his country's peace treaty with Israel, Iran's semi-official Fars news agency quoted him as saying Monday. The interview marks something of a departure from comments he made in his election victory speech, during which the Muslim Brotherhood candidate vowed to "preserve international accords and obligations," in what appeared to be a reference to the peace treaty with Israel.

"We will review the issue of Camp David," Morsy said, adding that he would not take executive action but would rather pass recommendations through the government and cabinet. "I will not make any decision alone," he said.

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