Abbas on election: Palestinian terms for peace won't change

January 27, 2013 13:39


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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Sunday that while the character of the coalition in Israel is expected to change, the Palestinian conditions for peace will not, according to Israel Radio.

Abbas listed the conditions: a freeze on building in the West Bank, release of prisoners, and an agreement on the final status issues including Jerusalem, the refugees, and retreating to the 1967 lines. 

Abbas, reacted to the Israeli election at the 20th annual African Union Summit in Addis Ababa.


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