Palestinian state outline 'coming by November' - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joseph E . post 2
    • 20.09.07 | 20:07 (IST)

    Posted: August 28, 2007 1:39 p.m. Eastern By Aaron Klein © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com A chief Palestinian negotiator told WND that aides from Abbas' Fatah organization have been hammering out the parameters of a final status agreement for presentation in November at a U.S.-backed international summit regarding the Middle East. Yesterday, newly installed Israeli President Shimon Peres told a Tokyo newspaper he hopes to achieve the outline of a final status deal with the Palestinians before the November conference. Israeli and Palestinian diplomatic sources said U.S.-brokered biweekly meetings between Olmert and Abbas are being utilized to draft the outline of a permanent status deal, ultimately yielding a Palestinian state, scheduled to be aired in public at the November summit. Issues already discussed between Israel and the Palestinians reportedly include the division of parts of Jerusalem and debates regarding permanent borders between Israel and the PA. The November international conference and talk from the Bush administration the past few weeks has led many here to speculate the U.S. will push in the near future for intense Israeli-Palestinian negotiations leading to a Palestinian state. With a year and a half left in office, President Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice have been urging meetings between Abbas and Olmert to establish a framework for momentum leading to a breakthrough at November's conference. Asked by WND whether Olmert is willing to forfeit the Temple Mount in an agreement with the Palestinians, spokesman Baker had no comment.

    from the article: Rice: Mideast summit must be 'substantive', advance PA state
    First published 00:00 20.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.09.07
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