PM: I can't guarantee an agreement with the Palestinians will be reached

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed on Wednesday his skepticism that a final status accord will be reached in ongoing peace talks with the Palestinians.
"They say you need two to tango but in the Middle East you need at least three," he said at the Likud convention, referring to the United State's mediating role.
"If there will be an agreement, it will be brought to the Knesset and a referendum," Netanyahu said to an applauding audience.
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