South African Government still considers itself bound to all the Bilateral Treaties it has with the Arab Republic of Egypt considering the recent change of government in the Arab Republic of Egypt

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QUESTION NO: 1934 (NW2283E)

PUBLISHED IN INTERNAL QUESTION PAPER NO: 24-2013 OF 2 AUGUST 2013

MR MR A WATSON (DA) TO ASK THE MINISTER OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION:

Whether the Government still considers itself bound to all the bilateral treaties it has with the Arab Republic of Egypt considering the recent change of government in the Arab Republic of Egypt? (NW2283E)

REPLY:

Yes, the South African Government still considers itself bound to all the bilateral treaties it has with the Arab Republic of Egypt. The unconstitutional change of government in the Arab Republic of Egypt does not affect bilateral treaties.

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