Report: Egypt rejects int'l force on Gaza border

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July 3, 2007 13:31

 
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Egypt opposes the deployment of a multi-national force between Sinai and the Gaza Strip, London based Asharq alawsat reported Tuesday. Cairo and Washington have been working together to find a solution regarding the issue, an Egyptian source told the newspaper. "Egypt will also brief US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during her next visit in the region regarding [Egypt's] position to reject the multi-national force in Gaza," the official added.


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