Former Pakistani Minister: Israeli Support for Two-states Can Be ‘Deal Clincher’ for Ties

A Pakistani delegation that visited Israel this week is the latest sign of potential for warming ties between the two countries. One former minister said progress on the Palestinian front would make a big difference

Judy Maltz
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A former Pakistani minister who visited Israel this week said that if Israel takes “tangible steps” toward reaching a two-state solution with the Palestinians, that could easily pave the way toward the establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Israel.

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