Canadian FM to visit Mideast to revive peace talks

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December 25, 2006 09:08

 
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Canada's foreign minister said he will head to the Middle East in the New Year to try to revive peace talks in the region. "I would love to, in some fashion, be able to facilitate a coming together and a discussion," Peter MacKay told CTV in a report broadcast Sunday. MacKay said he was not trying to "set unreal expectations - but I think we have to constantly try."

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