Olmert says he will remove all unauthorized West Bank outposts

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November 19, 2007 11:53

 
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Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Monday told the cabinet that he will remove all unauthorized outposts in the West Bank, pledging to meet a key commitment under the "road map" peace plan, a government spokeswoman said. Olmert also said Israel would not build any new settlements in the West Bank, though he stopped short of promising a freeze in construction in existing settlements. The road map calls for a halt in all settlement activity. "Let's be straight, we committed ourselves in the road map not to build new settlements and we will not build any," Olmert was quoted as saying by his spokeswoman, Miri Eisin.

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