EU hopes summit will increase Mideast involvement

November 26, 2005 03:23


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Leaders of the EU nations, Israel and its neighbors open a summit Sunday at which Europe will push for a quantum leap in relations by linking billions of dollars in economic aid to sweeping democratic and other reforms on the Mediterranean's southern and eastern rims. On Saturday, senior officials met to finalize three statements the 35 Euro-Mediterranean leaders planned to issue, including one committing them to combat terrorism.

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