Saudi Arabia welcomes Kerry proposal on Palestinian-Israel settlement
Official says it has elements of the Arab Peace Initiative adopted in Beirut in 2002
Saudi Arabia has welcomed the proposals put forth by US Secretary of State John Kerry on a final settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, an official source at the Foreign Ministry has said.
According to a Saudi Press Agency statement, the official added that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia views the proposals as being in accord with the majority of the resolutions of international legality.
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It has elements of the Arab Peace Initiative adopted at the Arab Summit in Beirut in 2002 and by the Islamic Summit in Mecca in 2005 and that the proposals represent an appropriate basis for achieving a final settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the official was quoted as saying.
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