Kerry: A solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict cannot be imposed from the outside

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December 16, 2014 17:08

 
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US Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday that a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could not be decided by anyone on the outside, but must be desired by both parties.

Speaking during a press conference at the US Embassy in London, Kerry said that the US had not made any determination as to whether it would veto any resolutions on ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The Palestinians have said that they will take their own resolution, calling for an Israeli withdrawal from Palestinian territories within two years, on Wednesday. France has worked on a separate UNSC resolution regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which it has yet to table.

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