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Saudi FM says Palestinian state only pathway for stability in Middle East

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Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said on Saturday the only pathway towards security and stability in the Middle East, including Israel, was through a Palestinian state.

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When asked in a panel at the Munich Security Conference about normalization of ties with Israel Prince Faisal said the Kingdom was now concentrated on a truce in the Gaza war.

“We are focused on a ceasefire and on an Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and we are focused on humanitarian access for the people of Gaza,” he said.

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Saudi Arabia has repeatedly stated it would not open diplomatic relations with Israel unless an independent Palestinian state is recognized.

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