Denmark, Sweden urge Hamas to give up arms

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January 26, 2006 14:06

 
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The Danish and Swedish foreign ministers on Thursday called on Hamas to give up arms after its apparent election victory. "Hamas must stop the terror, they must put down the arms, they must accept a negotiated solution before the rest of the world can include them in the peace process," Moeller said. Swedish Foreign Minister Laila Freivalds said the EU will not be able to cooperate with Hamas unless it changes its policies. "It is not possible for the EU to cooperate with a regime that does not dissociate itself from using violence and does not acknowledge Israel's right to exist," Freivalds told Swedish Radio.

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