Palestinian move to join ICC will have implications for US aid, State Department says

By REUTERS
January 2, 2015 22:45

 
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Further steps by the Palestinians on Friday to deliver to the UN documents on joining the International Criminal Court will have implications for US aid, a senior State Department official said.

"It should come as no surprise that there will be implications for this step, but we continue to review," the official told Reuters.

"US assistance to the Palestinian Authority has played a valuable role in promoting stability and prosperity not just for the Palestinians, but also for Israel as well," the official added.

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