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UPDATED: 09:19, September 11, 2006
Abdullah, Mubarak uphold forming Palestinian coalition cabinet
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The Jordanian King Abdullah II and visiting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak voiced their support on Sunday to form a national unity Palestinian government, the official Petra news agency reported.

The two leaders said that a Palestinian coalition would enable the Palestinian side to be an effective and strong partner in the Middle East peace process and also help ease the ongoing financial and political crisis in the territories, the report said.

Abdullah and Mubarak, who arrived in Amman on Sunday morning, called for reviving the peace process and returning to the negotiation table on the premise of guaranteeing rights of the Palestinian people and respecting the international legitimacy resolutions.

They underlined the importance of crystallizing a unified Arab position to support the Palestinian people and guarantee their rights to find a just settlement for the Palestinian issue.

Source: Xinhua


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