Netanyahu: Israel hasn't given up on peace

2015-11-09 18:30
PM Benjamin Netanyahu during talks with US President Barack Obama. (AP)

PM Benjamin Netanyahu during talks with US President Barack Obama. (AP)

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Washington - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday told US President Barack Obama that he had not given up on peace with Palestinians, despite a surge of violence in recent weeks.

"We have not given up our hopes of peace," Netanyahu says at the start of wide-ranging talks with Obama.

Israel remains committed to a two-state solution, but also remains determined to protect itself against threats, he said.

Obama said the leaders would discuss "how we can lower the temperature between the Israelis and Palestinians".

Read more on:    benjamin netanyahu  |  barack obama  |  israel  |  us  |  palestine  |  middle east peace

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