Hayat, Al
February 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);2/12/2010, Vol. 190 Issue 4788, p11
The article reports that Egypt has refused Hamas' request to host a group delegation to sign inter-Palestinian agreement in Cairo. It notes that the Hamas officials are ready to sign the Egyptian proposal for inter-Palestinian agreement and requested the Egyptian leadership to give a letter of guarantees. It mentions that Egypt has turned down the request and asked the Hamas to sign the deal before discussing any guarantees.


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