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December 18, 2012 8:47 am

Israel Expected to Advance Approval for Up to 6,500 East Jerusalem Units

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View of Har Homa in the West Bank. Photo: James Emery.

JPost – Four days of marathon meetings by the Interior Ministry and the Jerusalem Municipality’s planning committees, which began on Monday, are expected to advance approvals for almost 6,500 apartments over the pre-1967 Green Line.

After spending nearly three years in limbo for causing a majordiplomatic crisis between the US and Israel, the 1,500 apartment units in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ramat Shlomo received final approval from the Interior Ministry on Monday. This means construction can begin in the coming year.

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