Chilean president: Palestinians have right to own state

March 6, 2011 11:02


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Chilean President Sebastian Pinera on Sunday told Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that Chile recognized a Palestinian state because: "As we always thought Israel has a right to has the right to exist with borders recognized by the international community, so the Palestinians have the right to have their own free and democratic state."

Pinera spoke at a press conference with Netanyahu in Jerusalem following a visit to the region.

Addressing Netanyahu, Pinera said, "I advise you, do not miss the opportunity for peace."

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