Solana in J'lem: 'No time to lose' on Iran bomb

Solana No time to lose

October 21, 2009 14:06


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The world cannot accept an Iranian bomb, European Union foreign police chief Javier Solana told President Shimon Peres's 'Facing Tomorrow' conference in Jerusalem Wednesday. "Tomorrow is today and we have no time to lose," he said. He also mentioned the Middle East peace process, saying, "Nothing has been done in the world without taking risks." Earlier in the day, Solana toured Ramallah and met with Palestinian Authority leaders. He expressed support for PA President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah party, and was set to meet with PA Prime Minister Salaam Fayad later Wednesday. Solana met with Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman in Jerusalem on Tuesday. US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice and Quartet envoy Tony Blair were also in Israel for Peres's annual conference.

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