In interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Romney says Jerusalem & Ramallah must find a way to negotiation borders; adding issue of settlements will be ‘discussed in private’ between the allies.
By Yitzhak Benhorin
WASHINGTON – GOP’s presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Monday that he supports the two-state solution, in that Israel and the PA should be the ones to decide their future borders, sans external intervention by a third party.
In an interview with CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,” taped during Romney’s visit to Israel this week, the republican candidate was asked about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“I’m on foreign soil, and because it’s long been a policy of both political parties to leave politics at the water’s edge, I’m not going to go through specific foreign policy prescription,” he said.
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