Washington Urges Netanyahu To Push For Peace
With previous claims of unsettling his coalition government if he made gestures towards Palestinians, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a call from U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging him and his new coalition partners to advance peace talks
A senior U.S. State Department official confirmed that after being briefed on the main points of the coalition deal she welcomed a clause that the two parties would “advance a reasonable peace process.“ She said the United States is ready to support both sides in an effort to achieve a two state solution.
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