Erdan calls John Kerry's peace plan speech 'pathetic'

December 28, 2016 00:28


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Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan criticized US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday after it was announced he would give a speech on Middle East peace.

"It's pathetic to present a version of a plan to end the conflict at the last minute, when it hasn't succeeded in changing anything," Erdan said.

State Department spokesman Mark Toner said that Kerry will make remarks regarding Middle East peace on Wednesday and discuss next steps needed to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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