Lapid, French FM meet in Paris to discuss Mideast issues

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May 31, 2013 19:20

 
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Finance Minister Yair Lapid met with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius in Paris on Friday, where the two discussed sanctions on Iran, the situation in Syria and renewing negotiations with the Palestinians.

Lapid emphasized the commitment of his party, Yesh Atid, to a two-state solution, and thanked Fabius for speaking out in favor of blacklisting the military wing of Hezbollah.

The meeting was held in a good atmosphere and lasted longer than planned, according to Lapid's spokeswoman.

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