Barak: Unsuitable gov't structure limits chance of talks

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 3, 2011 19:53

Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Thursday said that the possibility of progress in peace negotiations will be difficult because of the political situation in the government.

"We must find a way to move forward and avoid being being isolated. I am not sure that this government can move forward", he said during an interview with Channel 10.

Barak said that the government structure is not suitable for progress in the negotiations: "Until now I could not change the situation from within. I see this as the reason to stay in government."


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