France: Delay in Israel-Palestinian talks helps hardliners

By REUTERS
December 12, 2012 14:32

 
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MARRAKECH - Israel and the Palestinians must restart peace talks quickly otherwise hardliners on both sides of the conflict will take advantage, the French foreign minister said on Wednesday.

Minister Laurent Fabius also said it was imperative that France, Britain and the United States became more directly involved in peace negotiations.

"It won't resolve itself," Fabius told reporters before a conference on Syria in Morocco. "After (the poll) we have to move quickly toward negotiations because, sooner or later, this will benefit the extremists on both sides."


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