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January 25, 2012 1:22 pm

Jordan Meetings Have “Revived Hope” for Direct Peace Negotiations, Abbas Says

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Haaretz – Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday that Jordan-brokered talks with Israel had “revived hopes” of restarting direct Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations.

“The Palestinian-Israeli encounters were exploratory meetings and not negotiations,” Abbas told reporters after discussions with Jordanian King Abdullah II that focused on the outcome of four rounds of Palestinian-Israeli talks in Amman since January 3.

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