Report: PA ready to work with any gvn't seeking two-states

January 23, 2013 18:08


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Palestinians are able to "deal with any Israeli government" that calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state, official Palestinian news agency WAFA quoted presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh as saying Wednesday.

WAFA quoted .Rudeineh as saying that the coming Israeli government must "choose between peace and stalemate that can be negative to all parties."

The presidential spokesmen added that the Palestinian Authority is "ready to work with any government" that accepts the United Nations General Assembly resolution calling for the establishment of a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders with Jerusalem as its capital, WAFA reported.

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