Unilateral declarations will not help PA, Fayyad says

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December 15, 2010 20:20

 
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The Palestinian people are not interested in another unilateral declaration of statehood, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad told Channel 2 in an excerpt of the interview aired Wednesday night.

"We want a state of Palestine, not a unilateral declaration of statehood," Fayyad told the interviewer. He explained that he did not see how a unilateral declaration of statehood would assist the Palestinian cause .

He added, "It [a declaration of statehood] is not and will not be a part of our thinking."

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