Netanyahu: I Did Not Yet Agree to Meet Abbas in Moscow

Netanyahu and Abbas might meet in Russia in October for peace talks. (Photo: via Al-Jazeera)

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said he has not yet taken a decision to take part in the meeting which Russia is planning to hold between him and Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas.

Netanyahu said in remarks published by the General Hebrew Radio that he believes he could sit with Abbas, “talk alone, and solve all issues.”

Natanyahu stated that he wants “A Jewish country that consists all peoples”.

Israeli Daily newspaper, Yediot Ahranot, said previously that Russia is planning a meeting between Abbas and Netanyahu in October in Moscow.

(PC, Palestine Today)

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