Obama takes Netanyahu ‘at his word’

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President Barack Obama said he takes Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu “at his word” for saying an independent Palestinian state will never co-exist with Israel as long as he is in office. Mr Netanyahu has backpedalled since he stunned the US and the international community by announcing that dramatic policy reversal on the eve of his re-election on Tuesday. But in his first public comments on the election outcome, Mr Obama suggested he does not believe the Israeli leader’s softer position on the Palestinian state issue. “We take him at his word when he said that it wouldn’t happen during his prime ministership, and so that’s why we’ve got to evaluate what other options are available…

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Seaga, in turn, became a strong supporter of Reagan's Caribbean Basin Initiative, which provided trade and investment incentives for Caribbean and Central American countries, excluding those with close ties to Cuba. Today, Jamaica is still struggling ...

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Obama takes Netanyahu ‘at his word’

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President Barack Obama said he takes Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu “at his word” for saying an independent Palestinian state will never co-exist with Israel as long as he is in office. Mr Netanyahu has backpedalled since he stunned the US and the international community by announcing that dramatic policy reversal on the eve of his re-election on Tuesday. But in his first public comments on the election outcome, Mr Obama suggested he does not believe the Israeli leader’s softer position on the Palestinian state issue. “We take him at his word when he said that it wouldn’t happen during his prime ministership, and so that’s why we’ve got to evaluate what other options are available…

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An evolving relationship between President Obama and Caribbean leaders - MiamiHerald.com


MiamiHerald.com

An evolving relationship between President Obama and Caribbean leaders
MiamiHerald.com
Seaga, in turn, became a strong supporter of Reagan's Caribbean Basin Initiative, which provided trade and investment incentives for Caribbean and Central American countries, excluding those with close ties to Cuba. Today, Jamaica is still struggling ...

and more »