Biden on peace process: It takes two to tango

March 4, 2013 18:26


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US Vice President Joe Biden addressed the 2013 AIPAC Conference in Washington D.C. on Monday, saying that while Washington strives for a two-state solution, the US understands that "it takes two to tango."

Biden stated that ahead of US President Barack Obama's trip to Israel later this month, Washington remains "deeply engaged" in the peace process, but "the Arab world has to get in the game."

"There are those who question whether the goal can be reached, but we make no apologies for pursuing that goal," Biden stated.

The US vice president vowed that US support for Israel is "not a matter of debate, it's not negotiable."

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