Abbas: “Indirect Talks Will Discuss Final Status Issues”
Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, stated that proximity talks with Israel will discuss final status issues, including borders and security, and several related issues.
Abbas told reporters following his meeting with King Abdullah of Jordan that the Palestinian leadership will hold a meeting Saturday to make a final decision on proximity talks, and that after meeting with the Palestinian Authority, he will tell U.S. Middle East peace envoy, George Mitchell, that Palestinian Authority is ready for talks and for discussing final status issues.
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