PA envoy to UN: We're still 'fine-tuning' form of UN bid

By REUTERS
September 15, 2011 20:01

 
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Palestinian representative at the United Nations Riyad Mansour on Thursday told reporters that the Palestinians were still "fine-tuning our options" on what to do next week in regards to the PA's bid for UN recognition.

"The final decision will be taken in the next few days as to which path we would follow, whether it is through the Security Council for full membership or whether through the General Assembly" for a lesser upgrade of status, he said.

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