Livni says PM needs to change his outlook on peace process

September 1, 2010 21:13

Opposition leader Tzipi Livni (Kadima) said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu needs to change his personal outlook on the peace process.

Livni was referring to the start of direct talks in Washington on Thursday and said to Netanyahu that "at the end of the day the decisions made will be personal, if and when you are ready to pay the price of the agreement. This is the most difficult thing facing the leader of Israel."

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