Palestinian official: The ball is in Netanyahu's court

June 29, 2013 23:28


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Palestinian official Jibril Rajoub expressed his hope Saturday that the peace process between the Israelis and Palestinians would resume with all parties convening at the negotiating table.

"It's time to sit down together and talk and in my opinion there is no other solution or approach to dialogue than a two-state solution for two nations - a Palestinian state with a capital of east Jerusalem next to Israel," he said in an interview on Channel 2's program "Meet the Press".

Rajoub asserted his view on the progress of the process and said " I think the ball is in Netanyahu's court. If he really wants to end the conflict on the basis of two states for two nations. Once we reach this conclusion - it will be possible to start on a new page. We will be neighbors instead of enemies".

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