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    • 21.04.11 | 12:22 (IDT)

    Published 08:13 21.04.11 Latest update 08:13 21.04.11 Clinton: Talks are the only way to establish Mideast peace U.S. Secretary of State urges Israel, Palestinians to return to the negotiations' table, reiterates Washington's opposition to a unilateral declaration of Palestinian statehood. By Natasha Mozgovaya Tags: Israel news Hillary Clinton US Middle East peace Palestinians U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that Israelis and Palestinians must immediately return to negotiations, even amidst the Arab revolutions recently sweeping the region. In an interview with PBS' Charlie Rose, Clinton urged that it is in the best interests of both the Israelis and the Palestinians to return to "the hard work of determining borders, determining the security requirements and dealing with all the other issues that they have to face." Clinton reiterated the U.S. opposition to any unilateral effort by the Palestinians to declare a state in the United Nations and emphasized the importance of a two-state solution through negotiations. "Negotiations are the only way" of achieving a two-state solution, said the Secretary of State. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger participate in 'Conversations on Diplomacy, Moderated by Charlie Rose,' on April 20, 2011. "According to Clinton, both the Israelis and Palestinians had their reasons for being concerned about proceeding with negotiations" So simple and easy thing to do. The secretary forgets that this conflict has been in power formore than 60 years and true will of brave people can only achieve peace !!

    from the article: Clinton: Talks are the only way to establish Mideast peace
    First published 08:13 21.04.11 | Last updated 08:13 21.04.11
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