Lieberman: 'Realistic goal would be interim agreement'

September 3, 2010 21:45

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Friday sounded a pessimistic note regarding the recent peace talks.

"The best or most realistic goal would be an interim agreement or solution with a long time frame," said Lieberman.  He added that he would prefer that the government concentrate on "economic and security" issues in the talks as he was dubious on the ability of negotiators to solve more contentious issues regarding the settlements, Palestinian refugees, and the final status of Jerusalem.

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