Arab League backs Kerry Palestinian peace bid

By REUTERS
July 17, 2013 20:00

 
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AMMAN - The Arab League endorsed a US drive to relaunch Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations on Wednesday, saying in a statement carried on the Jordanian news agency that it hoped it could lead to a two-state solution.

The statement reported by the Petra news agency came after Arab League officials met US Secretary of State John Kerry in the Jordanian capital Amman. It repeated a 2002 League offer of a comprehensive Arab peace with Israel but also contained a newer readiness to adjust the pre-1967 borders by swapping land.

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