Talks 'Doable,' Says Palestinian Negotiator

The chief Palestinian speaker said Monday that he supposed reaching an conformity with Israel within a year was “doable,” deep comments by the Israeli prime minister a day earlier that a peace concord would be difficult but “possible.”

Except the or else sharply differing declaration presented as the basis for going into the direct talks, listed to start in Washington on Sept. 2, reproduce the complexity of the effort necessary to get the two sides to this point, and the intimidating challenges that lie in front.

On a news conference here at the directorial headquarters of the Palestinian Authority, Saeb Erekat, the chief agent, said the leadership had conventional the invitation to return to direct talks, which broke off in late 2008, was based on the statement issued Friday, Aug. 20, by the so-called group of four of Middle East peace makers: the United States, the United Nations, the European Union and Russia.

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