Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday said that “[t]he signs are not particularly good [for the possibility of continuing talks with the Palestinians], but I hope they will rebound and we can make progress.”
Netanyahu placed much of the blame for the failure of recent negotiations in Jordan on the Palestinians, saying “they have refused to discuss with us our security needs.”
Jewish Press Staff
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