Dermer: New process being formed to lead to peace talks

December 8, 2010 12:59


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A new diplomatic initiative is being drafted to lead to talks between Israel and the Palestinians, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's advisor Ron Dermer said Wednesday. He added that Netanyahu had not withdrawn his intention to reach an agreement.

Dermer said the prime minister's steps last month and his agreement to renew a freeze on settlement building convinced the government that Netanyahu is willing to make a deal.

In an interview with Israel Radio, Dermer said that he had not ruled out the possibility that Israel would receive the F-35 planes even though a freeze deal did not materialize.

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