Why doesn't PM Netanyahu just wait in Paris for 48 hrs? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • idf_sergeant
    • 11.11.09 | 22:09 (IST)

    If he stays in Paris for 48 hours, he can then arrange to meet with Assad, who will be in town. The two of them can have a face-to-face greeting, which would go a long way to starting things off towards a reconciliation. This stuff is so basic, it amazes me when these leaders do everything to avoid meeting.

    from the article: Report: Netanyahu ready to discuss Golan pullout
    First published 09:40 12.11.09 | Last updated 11:41 25.11.09
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