Micheal Oren: PA should return to negotiating table

September 18, 2011 20:43


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Israel’s Ambassador to the US Michael Oren said on Sunday that he hopes the Palestinian Authority will return to the negotiating table so that a two-state solution can be created.

During an interview with Channel 2 News about the PA's UN statehood bid this week, Oren said that he could not confirm rumors that a deal was being made that would delay the vote at the UN to give both sides a few more months to reach an agreement.

Oren also said that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was willing to meet Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in a bid to restart peace talks.

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