Palestinian Authority to delay UN resolution for 2 months

For sovereign state and Israeli withdrawal; 'US pressure'

23 October, 11:50

    Palestinian President Mahmoud  Abbas (R) as he meets with US Secretary State John Kerry (L), on the sidelines of the Gaza Donor  Conference in Cairo, Egypt, 12 October 2014 Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (R) as he meets with US Secretary State John Kerry (L), on the sidelines of the Gaza Donor Conference in Cairo, Egypt, 12 October 2014

    (ANSAmed) - TEL AVIV, OCTOBER 23 - The London-based pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat reported on Thursday that the Palestinian Authority had agreed to delay by two months its plan to seek a UN Security Council resolution calling for an Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines within three years. The draft resolution seeks to achieve a ''two-state solution''.

    The paper quoted Palestinian sources in Ramallah as saying that the PA leadership had agreed to US Secretary of State John Kerry's proposal.(ANSAmed).

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