Livni: We'll respect discreet nature of peace talks

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 24, 2011 01:29

 
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Opposition leader Tzipi Livni reacted to the leaked Palestinian documents by Al-Jazeera and the Guardian saying she intended to continue to respect the discreet nature of peace talks so as to allow them to be renewed so the conflict could be resolved.

“We do not intend to respond to internal Palestinian notes on the talks, whether or not they are accurate,” she said.

Livni added that she still believed it was possible to reach an agreement that could solve the conflict.

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