Palestine asked Putin for help

GAZA, (BM) – Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas sent a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin asking him to help organize negotiations with Israel in Moscow. This was stated by the Ambassador of Palestine in Moscow, Abdel Hafiz Nofal, learned citing TASS.

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“We really want to continue negotiations with Israel on the basis of the principle of two states,” the diplomat said. He noted that Palestine asked the Russian side to organize a conference to resolve this conflict.

Palestine previously decided to break all agreements with Israel and the United States. According to Abbas, Palestine relieves all obligations under all agreements with these countries. The head of administration added that Palestine would return to negotiations only with the mediation of a third party.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on May 17 that it was time to annex the Palestinian territories in favor of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and Jordan Valley. Prior to this, the United States called for such a step.


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