Israel mulls ending Oslo accords in response to PA “unilateral” move

[ 25/07/2011 – 10:12 AM ]

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Haaretz newspaper said on Monday that there are serious Israeli moves to revoke the Oslo peace accords with the Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority (PA) in response to its “unilateral” plan to gain UN recognition for an independent state.

A team headed by national security adviser Ya’akov Amidror is embarking nowadays on holding discussions with different political circles to form a consensus on the idea of rescinding the Oslo accords before presenting it to the political echelon, the newspaper added.

This Israeli plan is aimed just to pressure the PA and stop it from taking such “unilateral” action, it noted.

Meanwhile, the PA is continuing its preparations ahead of the UN General Assembly meeting in September and is expected to hold a meeting in Doha, Qatar, in August with representatives of some Arab countries to draft a resolution.

The resolution will call on the UN to recognize a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders as a full UN member.


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