PLO responds to reported US peace plan

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February 28, 2018 19:47
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In response to the ideas laid out in a possible US peace plan reported on Wednesday, advisers to PA President Mahmoud Abbas could not be reached for comment.

However, a PLO official said he could not agree to what was reported in the leaks.

“The details of these leaks are unacceptable. I cannot agree to a state with partial sovereignty, legitimizing settlements and erasing the right of return according to resolution 194,” Wasel Abu Yousef, a PLO Executive Committee member, said in a phone call.

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