Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday accused US President Barack Obama of doing "nothing" to achieve peace in the Middle East.
Speaking to Argentinian newspaper Clarin, Abbas said he hoped that Obama would "take a more important role in the future."
He went on to say that the Palestinian people were awaiting US pressure on Israel, "so that it respects international law and takes up the Road Map."
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