'Quartet may support Palestinian state along 1967 borders'

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April 19, 2011 10:12

 
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The Middle East Quartet may try to reignite the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians by officially supporting, for the first time, the establishment of a Palestinian state along 1967 borders, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.

According to the report, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has been facing growing pressure to present a new strategy to resume peace talks and solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.



US and European diplomats warned that if this does not occur, the US, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations will potentially endorse the creation of a Palestinian state along 1967 borders, with east Jerusalem as the capital.

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