Qurei: PA willing to discuss a bi-national state

September 13, 2012 10:53


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Senior PLO official Ahmed Qurei said the Palestinian Authority is willing to discuss the formation of a bi-national state with Israel, if Israel gives up on the two-states solution, Israel Radio reported Thursday.

Speaking to Israeli reporters to mark 19 years since the signing of the Oslo Accords, Qurei said that while the Palestinian leadership supports the two-state solution, he accused Israel of sabotaging it.

Qurei added he doesn't see any hope for the existing economic agreement with Israel, saying that the agreement puts Palestinians at a disadvantage, Israel Radio reported.

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