Mubarak, Gadhafi discuss Iraq and Palestinians

February 28, 2006 22:17


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Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Tuesday discussed the conflicts in Iraq and Sudan, the Iranian nuclear standoff and the situation in the Palestinian territories, an Egyptian envoy said. The leaders discussed Iraq and the recent signs of "sedition" that have begun to appear among Muslims as well as the importance of helping Iraqis "form a government that represents all groups," Egyptian ambassador to Libya, Mohammed Tahtawi told The Associated Press in a phone interview. Gadhafi and Mubarak also discussed the Palestinian Authority, which faces the threat of having foreign aid withheld over the recent election Hamas, and "the necessity of supporting the Palestinian people in the coming period," Tahtawi added.

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