Saudi FM suggests Arabs open to changes to plan

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March 26, 2007 11:26

 
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Saudi Arabia's foreign minister suggested Monday that Arab leaders would be willing to consider changes in their 2002 peace offer to Israel to make it "compatible" with new developments. "It is expected from us to take notice of new developments, which require additions and developments in whatever is offered from our leaders about the issues and problems - in order for our resolutions to be compatible with what is dire and new," Saud al-Faisal said.

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