Lieberman: Palestinians seem to want proximity talks to fail

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May 23, 2010 18:10

 
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Palestinians seemingly only entered into the proximity talks to avoid direct negotiations, and they would like them to reach a dead end, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said in a meeting with EU ambassadors in Israel on Sunday.

“There is real commitment and a will to reach a comprehensive agreement with the Palestinians on Israel's part,” Lieberman told the ambassadors, but surmised the other side only seems to have entered the talks pro forma.

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