Peace treaty strong, Egypt's ambassador to Israel says

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July 10, 2012 22:23

 
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The peace agreement between Egypt and Israel is "strong and durable," Egypt's ambassador to Israel Yasser Reda said on Tuesday, Army Radio reported.

The treaty, he said, has proven itself and "will stand in the face of all the regional upheavals."

Reda, who is finishing his four-year term and returning to Cairo, added that a peace agreement with the Palestinians would improve Israeli-Egyptian ties.

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