Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said Thursday that the Palestinian Authority's bid for statehood at the United Nations constitutes a "significant breach" of past agreements with Israel, and warned that Jerusalem would take measures to respond to the move, according to Army Radio.
"Israel is bound less and less to deals made with the Palestinians, and we will act in accordance with our own interests," Ayalon said. "This is a blatant, unilateral act, a significant breach of (past) accords."
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