Kerry: Sides will meet again to continue talks within two weeks

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July 30, 2013 19:18

 
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The Israeli and Palestinian negotiators will meet again within two weeks in either Israel or the Palestinian territories to continue peace talks, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday following the initial round of talks in Washington.

During a press conference at the US State Department, Kerry also noted that the content of the meetings will be kept confidential, and that he is the only one authorized to make any statement to the press on the talks.

He cautioned against putting much stock in any other media reports on the talks.

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