PM: We've found 'golden path' between Israel, US policies

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March 25, 2010 07:28

 
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Before departing the US late Wednesday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said he thought some progress had been made in defusing what has become an unusually public spat between close allies.

"I think we have found the golden path between Israel's traditional policies and our desire to move forward toward peace," Netanyahu said as he boarded his plane for the trip back home.

American officials said last-minute talks between Netanyahu and US Mideast peace envoy George Mitchell had not ended tensions over Israeli construction in the part of Jerusalem that Palestinians want to be a capital of a separate state.

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