Malaysian FM: Mideast peace process not working

November 15, 2006 13:58


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The Israeli-Palestinian peace process is not working and needs a new approach to end the conflict, Malaysia's foreign minister said Wednesday. "The roadmap is actually not functioning and is leading to nowhere. I think you can forget about it," Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar said, according to the national news agency Bernama. Malaysia is the current chair of the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference, the world's largest political grouping of Muslim nations. "You can't put on track something that never we must find a new solution," Bernama quoted Syed Hamid as saying.

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