Lieberman: Tripartite meeting was good, but peace talks will be difficult

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Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Wednesday morning said he was pleased with the results of Tuesday's three-way meeting between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and US President Barack Obama, because Israel proved that peace negotiations could resume without giving in to Palestinian preconditions. In an interview with Israel Radio, Lieberman said that while the atmosphere in the meeting was "serious and practical," it was clear that the peace talks will be difficult and complex, and will not be completed quickly. We should not hold a "stopwatch" and create unrealistic expectations, Lieberman stressed.
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