Cairo - British Foreign Secretary William Hague has promised Egypt to help resolve a dispute between the two countries over assets allegedly stolen and deposited in Britain by members of the deposed regime.
Britain will send a prosecutor to work with Egyptian officials, Hague said Tuesday during a meeting with Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo. He cautioned British law stipulates Egypt must prove the money was stolen before British authorities freeze any of the disputed assets.
Egypt's toppled president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons are believed to have acquired billions of dollars illegally. - Sapa-AP