Netanyahu: Israel need multi-lateral peace deal

November 10, 2010 20:19


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Israel needs to make peace with an expanded circle of Arab countries at the same time that it is formulating a final status agreement with the Palestinians, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is expected to tell US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton when the two met in New York on Thursday, according to diplomatic sources.

They did not state which countries he was referencing.

Netanyahu discussed his meeting with Clinton and the stalled peace process in general when he met Wednesday morning with a group of senior American journalists from many of the major media organizations including CNN, CBS, ABC, Fox News and the Wall Street Journal.

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