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Israel not Looking for Peace Says Former Israeli Foreign Minister

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Israel not Looking for Peace Says Former Israeli Foreign Minister

The former Israeli foreign minister has stated that in the light of recent statements from her successor that Israel could no longer be considered a partner in the peace process and between the state and its Arab neighbors.

Tzipi Livni made the comments when Avigdor Lieberman claimed that Tel Aviv was not bound by the US-backed deal which was agreed on 2 years ago in Annapolis when Israel agreed to accept the creation of a Palestinian state.

Livni said the Israeli government was using a "pathetic excuse" claiming there was no partner to negotiate with on the Palestinian side, adding: "From today, Israel has announced that it is not a partner."


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