Shalom, Tony Blair hold energy meeting

April 7, 2013 19:34


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Energy and Water Minister Silvan Shalom and ministry officials conducted a working meeting on Sunday with Middle East Quartet Envoy Tony Blair, to promote regional cooperation on energy and water issues, the ministry announced that day. The representatives specifically discussed issues related to gas, energy and water.

Stressing that the Palestinians are currently preventing the advancement of cooperative projects on these subjects due to political differences, Shalom said that it is in their interest to begin working together on such fields.

At the meeting's conclusion, the group decided to establish teams in order to continue advancing energy, gas and water issues regionally, the ministry added.

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