Saudi, Egyptian foreign ministers discuss new Mid-East peace initiative with Arab League chief
Saudi and Egyptian foreign ministers met in the Egyptian capital of Cairo with Arab Leage Secretary Amr Moussa to discuss a new Arab initiative for peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, according to Qatar-based Al-Jazeera television.
Following the meeting, Amr Moussa said that there were several proposals from Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Syria, and currently efforts were underway to put together a single Arab initiative to renew the stalling peace process. (Albawaba.com)
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