Prosor: PA UN bid turns blind eye to peace agreement

November 29, 2012 23:26


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In supporting the Palestinian statehood bid at the UN General Assembly, the international community is turning a blind eye to peace agreements, Israel Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor said Thursday ahead of the vote.

"There are no shortcuts, quick fixes or instant solutions" to Israeli-Palestinian peace, Prosor said. "Palestinian leadership is once again making the wrong choice in submitting this resolution."

"Those who support the resolution are not supporting peace, they are undermining it," he continued, in a remark  directed at the majority of member states present, who are expected to vote in favor of the status upgrade.

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