PM to update Septet and cabinet about peace process efforts

November 12, 2010 18:05

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu returned from his week-long trip to the US on Friday and landed at Ben Gurion Airport.

The main purpose of the prime minister's trip was to attend the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America held in New Orleans that brought Jewish community activists from across the continent to discuss pressing issues to the North American Jewish community and communal relations towards the Jewish State. He also discussed Israel's position towards peace talks with the Palestinian Authority and the lapsed West Bank building moratorium with major US media outlets while abroad.The Prime Minister's Office announced upon Netanyahu's return that he expects to update the government Septet regarding recent discussions with US government about peace talks.

"The prime minister will meet with the Septet Saturday evening to update the them on recent contacts with the American government and on the continuing efforts to renew the peace process. At Sunday's cabinet meeting, Netanyahu will update the rest of the government's ministers about the issues," said a statement released by the PMO.

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