Poland says it backs two-state solution for Israel and Palestine

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Poland said on Wednesday that it backed a two-state solution to the Middle East crisis between Israel and the Palestinians, after Ireland, Spain and Norway announced that they would recognize a Palestinian state.

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“We will support the efforts of the High Representative of the European Union and other countries that believe that some long-term, stable solution is needed,” Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said.

“And we believe that such a stable, long-term solution would be the existence of two states.”

Poland recognized the proclamation of an independent Palestinian state in 1988, according to the ministry’s website.

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