Kouchner: Progress in peace process soon, Netanyahu has changed

Kouchner Progress in pe

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 21, 2009 15:16

 
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French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said he expects significant progress in the Middle East peace process in the near future, in an interview with French Liberation published on Saturday. Kouchner told the paper that the government of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has taken positive steps to advance the peace. "In the past, Netanyahu wouldn't even consider the establishment of a Palestinian state, but today he accepts the idea," Kouchner said.

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