Egyptian FM Ahmed Hafez expresses the need to revive Palestine-Israel peace talks

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On Sunday, Egypt called to continue the peace talks between the Palestinians and Israelis, said Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Ahmed Hafez. 

Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said he hopes that the new Israeli government would not take any actions that could expand the possibility of a heightening of tensions, undermining the chances of building a suitable climate for peace and stability.

He emphasized Egypt’s role in reconstructing and providing aid to all Palestinian regions. Therefore, both nations need to find a way for just and inclusive peace negotiations.

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