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UPDATED: 14:02, March 01, 2006
Libyan, Egyptian leaders meet on regional issues
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Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and visiting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak met on Tuesday and discussed a series of regional issues, according to reports from Libyan capital Tripoli.

The two leaders discussed the latest development in the Darfur crisis in Sudan, and issues of common concern regarding the progress in the African Union, Libya's official news agency reported.

The pair also discussed the situation in the Palestinian territories and Iraq, as well as issues related to the upcoming Arab summit slated for March 28-29 in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum.

Mubarak briefed Gadhafi on his latest visits, as he had just wrapped up a two-day five-nation tour to the Gulf region, which brought him to the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Mubarak's visits were regarded as part of Egyptian efforts to exchange views with other Arab countries on major regional issues before the Arab summit.

Source: Xinhua


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