Tzipi Livni on PA

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March 28, 2007 00:24

 
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"In the current situation it is impossible to reach a political settlement with the Palestinians," Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said n Tuesday night. Livni told Kadima supported at a really in Netanya that the new Palestinian Authority Unity government was not abiding by the conditions set out the Quartet and that PA chairman Mahmoud Ababs was "disappointing, "especially because he failed do condition the formation of the new Fatah-Hamas coalition on the release of captured IDF soldier Cpl. Gilad Schalit. Livni noted that Israel had emphasized to the Palestinians that they needed to implement the first stage I of the road map, which was the abandonment of terror.

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