First Shavit was urging an "interim agreement", and now it is an "informal interim agreement". What next? Nobody is buying it, Shavit. Fer' cryin out loud, don't you get it? If Israel does as you suggest you will be doing it U.N.I.L.A.T.E.R.A.L.L.Y., and that means you won't receive those "international guarantees". So Why Even Bother To Do It When It Gets You Nowhere?
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U.S.: Russia violated Turkish airspace despite warnings, but dialogue needed (Reuters)
from the article: At the very least, a de facto two-state solution is needed