FM: Israel open to all proposals if Gaza rockets stop

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November 18, 2012 15:50

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman on Sunday said that the government is open to discussing with its foreign partners ways to de-escalate the conflict with Gaza but not while terror groups in the Strip continue to fire rockets at Israel.

"We are willing to consider all the suggestions offered by our friends in the world," Liberman said, "but the first and most important condition is that terror organizations in Gaza must stop firing.

"As soon as they commit to stop firing, we are prepared to consider all proposals raised."

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