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April 11, 2013 8:08 am

Livni Rules Out Turkish Role in Peace Talks

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AFP – Israel’s lead peace negotiator Tzipi Livni on Sunday ruled out Turkey taking an immediate role in reviving talks with the Palestinians, shortly before US Secretary of State John Kerry flew in.

Asked if Turkey could play an important role in the peace process — an idea raised by Kerry at a press conference earlier in the day in Istanbul — she told public radio: “The idea is interesting, but it could take time.”

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srael’s lead peace negotiator Tzipi Livni on Sunday ruled out Turkey taking an immediate role in reviving talks with the Palestinians, shortly before US Secretary of State John Kerry flew in.Asked if Turkey could play an important role in the peace process — an idea raised by Kerry at a press conference earlier in the day in Istanbul — she told public radio: “The idea is interesting, but it could take time.”

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