Dutch court lifts freeze on Egyptian property
A Dutch court has lifted an attachment over an unoccupied property in The Hague that was frozen at the request of a Finnish businessman seeking to enforce an investment treaty award against Egypt, after the state said it planned to use the building as its ambassador’s residence once again.
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