Obama to talk settlements in meeting with Netanyahu

By REUTERS
September 21, 2016 19:49

 
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NEW YORK - US President Barack Obama will raise concerns about Israeli settlement activity during a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York on Wednesday, White House deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said.

Rhodes told reporters on Tuesday that the United States has discussed its concerns about Israeli settlements and "the potential viability of a Palestinian state in the face of that settlement activity ... I'm sure President Obama will do so tomorrow as well."

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