Monday, August 22, 2011

Shimon Peres: None of us want or want to kill Egyptian soldiers

Israeli President Shimon Peres, today took a meeting with relatives of the victims of the attack last Thursday to present their condolences to the Egyptian soldiers who killed in the Sinai during the israeli response. "None of us want or want to die Egyptian soldiers, even in these difficult situations," he said in a moment of the visit.

Peres also emphasized that Israel and Egypt share an interest in the Sinai "is a peninsula of peace, calm and tourism," according to the online edition of the newspaper "Maariv". The statements were made hours after the Cairo qualified as insufficient regret for the incident made public last night by the holder Israeli Defense Ehud Barak.

"Although the Israeli statement is positive in appearance, does not conform to the size of the event or the indignation of the Egyptian people," said a government commission to monitor the crisis, led by Prime Minister Esam Sharaf, in a statement by the official MENA agency. Ahmed Tibi, the Palestinian representative in the Israeli Parliament, today expressed his Twitter account to understanding the reaction of Cairo.

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