Mitchell to Barak: Up to both sides to demonstrate restraint

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 17, 2010 13:38

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Thursday morning met US Mideast envoy George Mitchell in Jerusalem.

Mitchell told Barak that is was up to both sides to demonstrate restraint.

Barak stated, "We hope and believe that proximity talks need to be, and have the ability to lead to direct talks in the future between us and the Palestinians with an aim to achieve a change in the reality between us and our neighbors."

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