Sa'ar to Bennett: It's important not to burn bridges

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 30, 2014 11:42

 
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Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar spoke out against Economy Minister Naftali Bennett's call to annex Area C in the West Bank in an interview with Israel Radio Wednesday morning.

Sa'ar said at this time it's important to keep our friends in the world and annexation will not contribute to that.

In his interview, Sa'ar told Israel Radio that the Palestinians ended negotiations when they decided to add new demands as a condition for further negotiations.

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