Fayyad: Both sides working to create climate for peace

February 18, 2010 19:10


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Israel and the Palestinians are looking to create conditions for a process which will end the conflict, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad told prominent US Jewish leaders on Thursday.

Addressing the Conference of Presidents as the leaders paid a visit to Jenin and the Gilboa area, Fayyad said, “I see hope in people’s eyes, I see people smile, I see unity of purpose.” He added that both sides were making efforts to start a political process which would “be capable of bringing about the end of the conflict.”

He stressed that the IDF must stop its military incursions into the West Bank.

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