Fayyad: Now is not the time for direct talks

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July 2, 2010 06:05

 
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Indirect talks have not made enough progress to justify the start of face-to-face negotiations, Reuters reported PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad as saying during a visit to France Thursday.

"We have yet to see the kind of progress that would be able to justify the consideration of ... direct talks," Fayyad said. "The issue really is not so much about whether the talks are direct or indirect. The issue is about political progress."

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