Peres in Paris: Int'l community should avoid unilateral steps on Palestinian issue

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December 18, 2014 15:34

 
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Former president Shimon Peres was in Paris on Thursday where he met with France's President Francois Hollande to discuss the Palestinian moves at the UN and the removal of Hamas from the list of terror groups in Europe.

At the meeting Peres said that the international community should invest its efforts in moving forward a diplomatic process and dialogue, not in supporting unilateral actions.

"Only an agreed solution will last in the long term," Peres said.

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