US envoy Hale set to arrive in J'lem for talks

December 10, 2011 17:29


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US special envoy David Hale was scheduled to arrive in Jerusalem Wednesday for separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian officials before traveling to Cairo and Paris, US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said Friday.

"I can confirm that on December 14, we expect another round of meetings, Quartet envoys, with the Israelis and with Palestinian representatives," Nuland said.

The State Department spokeswoman added that the moves are intended to further the US "effort to get the two parties to put forward concrete proposals and to agree to come back to the table together."

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