Palestinian source: US proposed no new ideas to salvage peace talks in last meeting

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April 20, 2014 22:31

 
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US envoy to the Middle East peace process Martin Indyk did not present any new proposals on how to salvage the currently stalemated Israeli-Palestinian peace talks during a meeting on Friday, a Palestinian source told Israel Radio on Sunday.

According to the report, the unnamed source confirmed reports that the Palestinian Authority had warned Israel that the Ramallah-based, self-government body may be dissolved if so-called Israeli intransigence continues.


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