PMO: By going to UN, Abbas violated agreements with Israel

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November 30, 2012 00:24

 
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The Prime Minister's Office issued a statement after Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas's speech at the UN General Assembly , saying that by going to the UN the Palestinians have "violated agreements with Israel, and Israel will act accordingly."

Israel has made clear in recent days that it would free Israel of its obligations under the Oslo accord since Jerusalem views the move as a blatant violation of the underlying principle of those agreements: that all outstanding issues be resolved through negotiations, not through unilateral actions.

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