“Egypt’s relationship with Israel has remained largely under the table and in the security realm”

Why Cairo has stayed (mostly) silent as Israel considers sovereignty
by Israel Kasnett
July 7, 2020

When Mossad chief Yossi Cohen flew to Egypt last week to meet with the head of Egypt’s General Intelligence Service Abbas Kamal and Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, he was likely confident that the meeting would go well. Unlike his visit with Jordan’s King Abdullah, also in late June, where Cohen heard more pushback against Israel’s plans to apply sovereignty to Judea and Samaria (Jordan has been highly vocal of its displeasure) Egypt has remained largely silent on the matter. READ MORE

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