Livni: Freezing EU boycott decision would benefit talks

July 17, 2013 18:02


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Justice Minister Tzipi met with Andreas Reinicke, the EU Special Representative for the Middle East Peace Process on Wednesday and told him that freezing the EU's boycott of the settlements would contribute to the resumption of peace negotiations.

Livni wrote on her Facebook page, "In our discussion I told the envoy that under these circumstances, where we are at the height of making contacts for the renewal of negotiations, it is important that Europe not make unilateral decisions and allow Israel and the Palestinians to set the border between them through negotiations."

Livni is head of Israel’s negotiating team with the Palestinians.

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