Peres to Hague: Kerry Initiative can lead to a breakthrough

May 24, 2013 10:11


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Despite the many hurdles on the path to renewing Israeli-Palestinian talks, the Kerry Initiative can lead to a breakthrough, President Shimon Peres said Friday morning in an meeting with British Secretary of State William Hague.

"The process is slow and long, but do not ignore the positive developments on the part of the Israelis, Palestinians and Arab world," Peres urged.

Peres thanked Hague for Britain's clear position on the Iranian nuclear issue, the war on terrorism and the need to advance the peace process. "Relations between Israel and Britain are very good, and your visit at this time is very important," Peres said.

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