Ashton: Begin real discussions on final status issues

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July 18, 2010 15:20

 
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EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton called for direct talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority during her visit to Gaza on Sunday.

"We want to make further progress in negotiations that can bring this conflict to an end," Ashton said. "I encourage both the Palestinian Authority and Israel to begin substantive discussions on all the final status issues."

Ashton plans to visit Sderot later Sunday.

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