Norwegian PM calls to 'save the two-state solution'

Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg urged Palestinian Authority President Abbas and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who spoke either side of her at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, to "save the two-state solution."
In a speech focused on peace processes around the world, Solberg held back from criticizing either Israel or the Palestinians for the breakdown of the Oslo accords, signed in 1993 between the two parties.
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