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Egypt Affirms Rejection of Palestinian Displacement to Sinai

Egypt has emphatically restated its absolute refusal to permit the forced displacement of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip to the Sinai Peninsula, which shares a border with the war-torn enclave. Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, addressing the parliament, underscored Egypt’s complete rejection of any attempt to liquidate the Palestinian issue without a just solution.

He asserted that Egypt would not allow such a solution to occur at its expense and pledged to use all measures to safeguard its borders in the face of any scenario involving the displacement of Palestinians into Egyptian territories. Madbouly emphasized the importance of immediately halting military operations in Gaza to prevent regional instability and tension. Egypt, committed to respecting the peace treaty with Israel, called for a reciprocal stance from Israel, particularly concerning its actions in Gaza.

The Prime Minister reiterated Egypt’s support for a two-state solution as the only path to a peaceful and comprehensive resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. The Rafah crossing remains a crucial lifeline for Gazans, and Egypt has sent substantial aid to the enclave while advocating for a peaceful permanent settlement.