Peres: Czech-Slovak separation an example for Israel and PA

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May 5, 2010 10:21

 
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Israel should take an example from the Czech Republic and have a friendly divorce from the Palestinians, President Shimon Peres told Czech Foreign Minister Jan Kohut on Wednesday.

Peres added that Israel admired the friendly way in which the Czech Republic and Slovakia had separated and said that their two-state solution in the same territorial region was a model for Israel and the Palestinian to follow.

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