(\E x : F) => \EE x : F
is indeed valid. The reverse implication need not hold. For example,
\EE x : <> << x' # x >>_x
is valid, but
 \E x : <> << x' # x >>_x
is a contradiction. If F is a state predicate then
(\EE x : F) => (\E x : F)
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