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January 6, 2014 10:18 am

Kerry Leaves Israel Empty Handed After 5-Day Visit

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John Kerry and Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: GPO.

Jerusalem Post – US Secretary of State John Kerry left Israel on Monday following a five-day visit to the region. The conclusion of his visit comes without the closing of an official framework agreement between Jerusalem and Ramallah.

During his visit, Kerry met with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the progress of peace talks and to try to lay foundations for a ‘framework’ deal that would address all the core issues – borders, security, refugees, Jerusalem, mutual recognition and an end to all claims.

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  • Emanuel

    I smell an October Surprise! They should never use peace negotiations to improve their position in the next US election. Such a bad deal for Israel who comes to the table serious and ready to make a deal unlike the PA who wants to keep stealing money and Kerry who is likely saving the final accord to influence the next US election. The conflicts of interest are becoming obvious while all Israel wants it to live in peace. Inalienable rights are free they don’t depend on greed or politics.

  • ronnie pleet

    DO NOT COME BACK WITH YOUR ridiculous ideas

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