PA Officials: No point to talks because Netanyahu isn't interested in peace

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May 19, 2015 09:33

 
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Palestinian Authority leadership responded to the appointment of Vice Premier Silvan Shalom as the Israeli representative in peace talks, saying that it is unimportant who will be there because Prime Minister Netanyahu isn't interested in peace.

The official said that there is no point in meeting until Israel agrees to return to 1967 borders, the end of building over the Green Line, as well as the release of prisoners.

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