Channel 10: Construction of 900 apartments in Pisgat Ze'ev delayed

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July 29, 2009 20:32

 
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The construction of 900 apartment units in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Pisgat Ze'ev has been delayed, Channel 10 reported on Wednesday. However, the Prime Minster's Office denied that the premier had given an order to freeze the tender, with was meant to be issued some two weeks ago. The TV channel also reported that Israel was prepared to agree to a six-month settlement freeze, whereas the US were demanding a year.

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