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Palestinian FM meets Luxembourgish counterpart
Published Saturday 22/03/2014 (updated) 22/03/2014 20:24
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RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- The foreign minister of Luxembourg on Saturday met with his Palestinian counterpart in Ramallah, a statement from the ministry of foreign affairs said.

Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki updated Jean Asselborn on the latest developments in the Palestinian Territories, calling attention to "dangerous Israeli practices, especially settlement expansion and settler attacks on Palestinians and their properties in the West Bank."

Asselborn said Luxembourg would exert serious efforts to revive the peace process on the basis of the two-state solution, the statement said.

He reiterated his view that Israeli settlements mark a serious violation of treaties and international law.
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1 ) Mel / USA
23/03/2014 02:04
"Luxembourgish",LOL! I wonder how Asselborn felt,meeting his "-ish" PA faction counterpart,instead of the actual elected Hamas(extended)Govt counterpart? Must have been a smidgeon better than meeting Israel's ole' airport-baggage-handler-cum-Moldovan-Monarchical bar-bouncer-Black-Prince-ish FM Lieberman &his Shas-Kach trash,LOL! Join the BDS,Luxembourg!

2 ) Lying to Ourselves / \ Tibi/Tubas
23/03/2014 03:24
- Luxembourg has been a real state for centuries, with sovereignty, that actually exist on real lands, rather than just the paper of a meaningless UN General Assembly resolution, so - A more comparable "Counterpart for Palestine's FM" would be the FM of a "Kurdistan", that hasn't yet been created, but - We prefer to continue Lying to Ourselves !!!
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