Egypt's foreign minister has denied reports that the country's peace treaty with Israel would be at risk if Israel invaded Rafah, a city on Gaza's border with Egypt. The Associated Press had quoted two Egyptian officials and a Western diplomat saying that a mass influx of Palestinians into Egypt could endanger the treaty. However, the foreign minister stated that Egypt would uphold the accord with Israel, which was signed in 1979. Israel's impending invasion of Rafah has raised concerns due to the high concentration of civilians in the city. The Camp David Accords, which were brokered by President Jimmy Carter, have proven enduring and stable since their signing.
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