Riyad Al-Maliki, Palestinian Authority (PA) Foreign Minister, said “there was no plan to modify the Arab Peace Initiative aimed at achieving peace between Israelis and Palestinians.”
The Saudi-proposed initiative in 2002 offers Israel full diplomatic recognition from Arab states in return for an Israeli withdrawal from Arab land occupied in 1967 and the establishment of a Palestinian state.
“There is no intention to modify any article of the Arab Peace Initiative,” Al-Maliki told reporters on the sidelines of an Arab ministerial meeting in Jordan.
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Any modification of the proposal, he stressed, “is rejected by the Palestinians and the Arabs”.
The Arab League convened today in Jordan.
According to Al-Maliki , the summit “will adopt a resolution about [the Arab] commitment to the original plan without changes or modification.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, for his part, has rejected the Arab initiative from the start.
(MEMO, PC, Social Media)