Israel security delegation arrives in Cairo to talk Palestine, Syria and the Sinai
A four-man Israeli security delegation arrived in Cairo on Thursday afternoon to take part in talks about the Israeli/Palestinian peace process, according to reports by Al Masreyoon website.
The delegation, who flew in using Israeli military aircrafts, were received by members of the Egyptian General Intelligence Service.
According to official sources, speaking to Al Masreyoon, it will be a flying visit, lasting no more than a few hours, as the team's plane will be waiting on the runway.
Talks will be chaired by the Egyptian intelligence chief, Mohamed Raafat Shehata and will include discussion of the most recent Israeli attacks on Syria and the deteriorating security situation in the Sinai Peninsula.
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