Report: PA delegation led by Fayyad to meet PM next week

April 4, 2012 13:18


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A delegation led by Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad and top PLO official Yasser Abed Rabbo is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu next week to deliver an official message on behalf of the Palestinian Authority concerning the peace process, an adviser to PA President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday.

That letter will explain the PA's position vis a vis restarting peace negotiations, the unwillingness of the PA to enter into talks in light of continued settlement activity, and Israel's obligation to international agreements, Nimr Hammad told Palestinian radio.

Israel has indicated that it will enter negotiations with the Palestinians as long as there are no preconditions.

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