PM berates Palestinians for their 'strategy of postponing negotiations'

PM berates Palestinians

By JONAH MANDEL
December 9, 2009 13:15

 
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Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday criticized the Palestinian leadership for deliberately refusing to engage in serious peace talks with Israel. "It seems as though the Palestinians have assumed a strategy of postponing negotiations with Israel to avoid dealing with Israel's demands and those of the international community, which necessitate their concessions," he said at the conclusion of a security cabinet meeting. "But that is a mistake; there will be no real solution without direct negotiations with Israel, which will lead to agreements and arrangements between the sides," Netanyahu said.

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