Barak: "Israel Might Consider State With Temporary Borders"
Israeli defense minister, Ehud Barak, suggested, Wednesday, that Israel might consider a “unilateral move” for establishing a Palestinian state with temporary borders should negotiations between Israel and Palestine remain at a standstill. The statement was deemed ‘unacceptable’ by the Palestinian presidential spokesman, Nabil Abu Rodeina.
Abu Rodeina told the WAFA News Agency that this move would lead to the continuation of the problem, the occupation, and put a halt to the idea of a two state solution rather than finding a final and comprehensive solution to the conflict.
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