PA pleased with Obama's statements but disappointed by Netanyahu's

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May 18, 2009 22:25

 
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The Palestinian Authority expressed satisfaction with US President Barack Obama's statements regarding the two-state solution. The PA, on the other hand, voiced disappointment over Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's remarks after the meeting with Obama. Nabil Abu Rudaineh, a spokesman for PA President Mahmoud Abbas, said that while the Palestinians were "encouraged" by Obama's position, they were nonetheless disappointed by the views expressed by Netanyahu.

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