Abbas: PA fully committed to Middle East peace conference

September 28, 2007 21:18


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Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas said Friday that the PA was fully committed to the conference and he saw no obstacle to holding it. "Today there is not the slightest obstacle to promoting the holding of a peace meeting, which will take place shortly," the PA chairman said in a speech to the UN General Assembly. "We are very committed to the substance of that meeting, as proposed," Abbas added. "We would hope all parties would sit down to negotiation."

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