Abbas in meeting with MK Bahloul says he is committed to 2 state solution

June 23, 2015 18:07

In a meeting with Zionist Union MK Zouheir Bahloul on Tuesday in Ramallah, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas stressed that he was committed to the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 

Abbas said in the meeting that he regretted that the Israeli government was neglecting the return to the negotiating table and instead was choosing a diplomatic stalemate.  Bahloul said his party was also committed to the two-state solution and that it would "act with vigor to return sanity to the difficult diplomatic reality that we live in."

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