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Middle East

Asked if the Prime Minister had any plans next week to promote the Middle East peace process in the light of the Knesset vote today on the Israeli Prime Minister’s disengagement plan and the forthcoming US presidential elections, the PMOS said that it was important to allow the Knesset vote and US elections to take place on their own terms. However, as the Prime Minister had been emphasising for some time, he remained committed personally to regaining momentum in the Middle East peace process and to trying to push it forward. As he had underlined many times, it was important to move forward in a way which both reassured Israel about its security and recognised the legitimate aspiration of the Palestinians.

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