Lieberman: Israel won't make any more compromises to the PA

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October 31, 2011 14:43

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that Israel will not make any additional compromises or concessions to the Palestinians in peace talks, speaking at an Israel Beiteinu faction meeting on Monday.

The Palestinian leadership "spoke with former prime ministers Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert without demanding a settlement freeze," he said, asserting that the PA leadership should do the same with the current government.

The current government took a number of clear steps in the two and a half years it has been in power, Lieberman said, mentioning that Israel Beiteinu accepted Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's Bar Ilan speech and that the government had agreed to the Quartet's stance.

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