Mubarak, Annan discuss Mideast issues
Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak spoke by telephone with United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan on the latest developments in the Palestinian occupied territories, the state MENA news agency reported Friday.
Mubarak and Annan’s conversation focused on, "the coordinated efforts deployed by Egypt, the UN and the United States with Israel and the Palestinian Authority to reach a solution to the (Middle East) crisis within the framework of UN resolutions," MENA said.
Meanwhile, an Arab official said Friday that the Egyptian President would present to United States President Bush his plan for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at Camp David on June 7th-8th.
The plan, which Cairo formulated with the help of the Palestinians and other Arab officials, paves the way for a declaration of a Palestinian state in early 2003. (Albawaba.com)
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