CAIRO, June 15 (KUNA) -- Egyptian President Mohammad Hosni Mubarak on
Monday received a telephone call from Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu,
during which the latter clarified some points mentioned in his speech last
night, Egyptian TV said.
Mubarak, in a statement to reporters earlier today, said the speech, which
called for recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, will complicate the
situation even further and will undermine peace hopes in the region.
"Netanyahu's call for changing the Arab peace initiative to drop the
refugees' right to return will not receive support from Egypt or elsewhere,"
Mubarak was quoted by the TV as saying.
On Sunday evening, and in a keynote speech, Netanyahu declared that he was
prepared to see the establishment of a Palestinian state, as long as the
international community could guarantee it does not have any military
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