Mubarak casts doubt on US-sponsored Mideast peace conference

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September 9, 2007 21:12

 
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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Sunday that without proper preparations or a clear agenda, the upcoming US-sponsored Mideast peace conference will be a failure, echoing doubts of other regional leaders. "Until now, I personally, see that there is no clear agenda, and I don't even know if it will be a conference or a one-day meeting as some circles recently talked about," Mubarak told reporters in response to a question about the conference, which is tentatively scheduled for November. "The thing that I most fear is that the lack of acceptable preparations will lead to no results," Mubarak said while touring industrial projects in the southern Egyptian town of Sohag.

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