These settlements and peace are two parallels that won't meet. I hope their choice will be peace, not settlements.
Refugees, Jerusalem, borders, Jewish settlements and water are issues reserved to the final-status talks between the two sides and nothing should pre-empt or pre-judge the outcome of the final status talks before they begin.
The amendments mean pursuing Jewish settlements and not resuming the negotiations from the point where they left off.
international protection for the Palestinians is something that must be taken seriously by the United States and the international community.
We hope that we can conclude an agreement this year and with that we can have our own state by agreement, ... The decision last night was to recommit ourselves to peace as a strategic option.
We strongly condemn this continued Israeli escalation that will undermine the cessation of violence.
We had in-depth and serious discussions. There was nothing new today and the gaps remain where they are. We agreed to meet tomorrow.
This is something that Netanyahu has been trying to do for a while, with both the European and American efforts. He has chosen settlement and the destruction of the foundation of the peace accords.
dangerous and harmful to the peace process.
His words are (that) he won't give us anything on Jerusalem, on the (West Bank) settlements, on our refugees. What kind of peace can we make with those words?