Palestinian official: US efforts alone won't bring peace

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July 7, 2013 20:31

 
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US mediation alone would not bring peace between Israel and the Palestinian, a senior Palestinian official said Sunday.

Dozen of Palestinian leaders met with Likud and Shas members in Ramallah Sunday to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and possible resolutions the stalemated negotiations.

"I do not believe we can reach an agreement through US mediation alone. I believe that peace by means of a two-state solution is possible. We haven't lost our hope to reach an agreement," said Nabil Shaath, a member of the Palestinian negotiation team.

Shas senior advisor David Glass said, "any agreement must support both nations, and therefore is it extremely important that there are many Likud and Shas members present here."

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