Crowley: US cannot verify docs, remains focused on 2 states

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 24, 2011 09:42

 
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Responding to Al-Jazeera's release of over 1,500 Palestinian Authority documents relating to negotiations with Israel, US State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said that the US cannot verify the documents, on his Twitter account on Sunday.

"The US government is reviewing the alleged Palestinian documents released by Al-Jazeera today. We cannot vouch for their veracity," Crowley tweeted. Several hours later, in the early hours of Monday morning, he added that the US "remains focused on a two-state solution and will continue to work with the parties to narrow existing differences on core issues."

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