Chairman of Israeli Likud party plans to postpone talks with Palestinians
The leader of
the parliamentary opposition of Israel, chairman of Likud party and real
candidate for the post of the prime minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu in
the meeting with the EU member-countries accredited ambassadors in Israel said
that his party plans to put off talks with the Palestinian administration, the
Ynet reported. Netanyahu explained this by the fact that Jerusalem at first
must be convinced of the fact that its safety will not be substituted damage
after the creation of new Arab state.
He also expressed the readiness to discuss the future boundaries of the Near Eastern countries, including with Syria.