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Text of report by London-based newspaper Al-Hayat website on 31 May
[Report on interview with Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Abu-al-Ghayt, conducted "in a hotel near Nice" by Al-Hayat correspondent Randah Taqiy-al-Din on 30 May: "Abu-al-Ghayt Tells Al-Hayat: A Strike Against Iran Is Not in Our Interest. Obama Will Move More Freely After the Midterm Elections"]
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmad Abu-al-Ghayt expected US President Barack Obama to move more freely in the peace process after the Congress midterm elections that are due to be held in November.
He said that a strike against Iran will subject the Arab region to danger. However, he noted that Tehran's influence on Hezbollah and Hamas is now clearer.
In an interview that Al-Hayat conducted with him yesterday in a hotel near Nice where the Egyptian delegation to the Africa-France summit, …