The two agreed that that a team of Arab officials would soon visit Israel to discuss a Saudi peace proposal.
Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni held talks Thursday with Egypt and Jordan, which are trying to persuade Israel to accept an Arab initiative aimed at reviving the Middle East peace process.
CAIRO, Egypt, May 10 President Hosni Mubarak met with Israel?s foreign minister, Tzipi Livni, today and agreed that a team of Arab officials would soon visit Israel to discuss a peace proposal initiated by Saudi Arabia and endorsed by all members of the Arab League.
President says efforts to make peace with Israel have faltered because Israel is too weak to make a deal, and declares the Bush administration's policy of isolating his government a failure.
Talks between President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and Tzipi Livni, the Israeli foreign minister, yield an agreement that a team of Arab officials will go to Israel to discuss a Saudi plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The foreign ministers of Jordan and Egypt will visit Israel to discuss the Arab peace plan, it was agreed in Cairo Thursday.
Israel's Foreign Ministry confirmed Thursday that an Arab League delegation will make an historic first visit to the Jewish State.
The Syrian leader is putting an end to speculations about indirect or secret negotiations with Israel, but seems to be leaving the door open to such contacts.
The foreign ministers of Jordan, Egypt and Israel have met in Cairo to discuss an Arab initiative for Middle East peace. It is the first meeting between Tel Aviv and the members of the Arab League 'working group' tasked with negotiating with Israel.
The Arab League agreed in an unprecedented move on Thursday to send a top-level delegation to Israel to re-launch a five-year-old Arab initiative to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.