Israel rejects French peace plan

Israel rejects French peace plan
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected a multilateral French peace initiative as he met his French counterpart on Monday, providing as a substitute to carry direct talks with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in Paris.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls mentioned he would communicate to President Francois Hollande about Netanyahu’s proposal.

Direct negotiations with the Palestinians are “the one option to proceed to peace,” Netanyahu mentioned.

Abbas has welcomed the French initiative to carry a gathering of international ministers from a variety of nations on June 3, with out the Israelis and Palestinians current.

One other convention would then be held within the autumn, with the Israelis and Palestinians in attendance.

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