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" Philadelphi Corridor"

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Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/12/2024 9:47:00 PM
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry promised that Egypt would adhere to the 1979 peace treaty as long it remains reciprocal, dismissing reports from unofficial sources it was considering suspending the agreement over developments in Gaza.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/1/2024 10:57:58 PM
An Egyptian senior security official denied on Thursday that Egypt made any new security arrangements with Israel regarding the Philadelphi Corridor (Salah Al-Din Corridor) along the border with Egypt, according to Al-Qahera News TV channel.

World - Region
2/1/2024 6:03:06 PM
The Israeli Army Radio reported on Thursday that Israel and Egypt are close to reaching an agreement regarding the postwar control of the Salah al-Din axis, a 14-kilometer buffer zone between Egypt and Gaza, which is also known as the Philadelphi Corridor.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
1/31/2024 6:10:30 PM
Al-Ahram Weekly reports on how Israeli actions in Gaza are deepening the diplomatic crisis with Egypt.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
1/15/2024 9:47:59 PM
After Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his ambition to retake control of the Philadelphi Corridor – a 100-metre-wide buffer zone stretching 14 kilometres along the Egypt-Gaza border – Egypt issued a warning about the potential consequences.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
1/8/2024 5:49:25 PM
An official Egyptian source denied any cooperation between Egypt and Israel regarding the Philadelphi corridor, a narrow passage between Egypt and Gaza, as reported by some media outlets.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
12/23/2023 7:05:56 PM
Informed Egyptian sources denied that the Israeli army is operating in the Philadelphi corridor on the Gaza-Egypt borders as reported by Israeli media on Saturday, Al-Qahera News channel reported.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
10/29/2023 5:42:21 PM
Egypt has issued “strong warnings” to Israel against any military operations in the 14-kilometer buffer zone with Gaza, known as the Philadelphi Corridor, say well-informed Egyptian sources quoted by The New Arab.