Fayad: 'No Israeli politician willing to offer reasonable solution'

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February 7, 2009 20:21

 
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Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salaam Fayad on Saturday voiced pessimism about the upcoming general elections. "I know of no Israeli politician willing to offer a reasonable solution to the conflict," he told reporters in Ramallah. "They're all interested in a partial solution, to improve the appearance of the occupation while they continue building settlements." Fayad went on to say that while many Israelis support establishing a Palestinian state, "the problem is in the details."

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