Netanyhau calls Septet meeting to discuss direct talks

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 15, 2010 21:43

 
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Netanyahu convened his six senior ministers, a forum known as the “Septet,” Sunday to discuss opening direct negotiations with the Palestinians.

The meeting comes before the Quartet is due to discuss the issue on Monday.

On Saturday the Palestinian Authority reportedly agreed to direct talks.

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