US State Dept. encouraged by Abed Rabbo's borders proposal

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October 14, 2010 10:19

 
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US State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley responded on Wednesday to senior PLO official, Yasser Abed Rabbo's, proposal that the US administration and Israeli government recognize the pre-1967 lines as the borders of a future Palestinian state, saying that it "represents the interest in the parties in continuing this effort."

Crowley said "this is exactly the right conversation that the Israelis and Palestinians need to have to be exchanging ideas on how to advance this process to a successful conclusion."

"But it also is a reminder of the limitation of making offers and counteroffers by long distance and through the media as opposed to sitting down face-to-face in a direct negotiation," Crowley warned.

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