FM Liberman supports agreement, but asks how the future Palestinian state will accommodate it’s 3 million new Arab residents from the refugee camps.
By Maayana Miskin
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman spoke in favor of Israel-Palestinian Authority diplomacy on Sunday, while rejecting some of the PA’s key demands.
Liberman began by thanking United States Secretary of State John Kerry for his efforts to push a deal. “I want to express genuine appreciation for Kerry’s efforts, and for his stance regarding security in particular,” he said.
“Any alternative proposal that Israel gets from the international community will be worse than what Kerry offered,” he argued. Continue Reading »