Solana: Israel must stand by Road Map obligations

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 26, 2006 11:44

 
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According to EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, the Road Map for peace between the Palestinians and Israel is still relevant. "From my point of view, the Road Map still exists, and it is a must that both Israel and the Palestinians stand by their obligations for the first step. I am worried when I hear one of the Israeli ministers say that they have no intention of touching outposts or settlements," said Solana. Solana's comments came during a press conference that followed his meeting with Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni. During the meeting, the two discussed the issue of Iran, cross-border transfers, and humanitarian aid for the Palestinians.

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