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“He is a man who does not believe in peace but I have no other choice,” Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said, adding that he was ready to negotiate a solution to the conflict in the Middle East.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Ready with the winner of the Israeli elections, Benjamin Netanyahu To negotiate a solution to the conflict in the Middle East. “I have known Netanyahu for a long time, since the 1990s,” Abbas said on Palestinian television on Sunday. “He is a man who does not believe in peace but I have no choice but to negotiate with him.” There must be a peaceful solution to the decades-old conflict.

Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have stalled since 2014. “I have a problem with Israel… Israel is occupying my country,” Abbas said. “Who is the prime minister? Netanyahu. I have to negotiate with him.” The right-wing, far-right and religious bloc led by Netanyahu won a majority in the Knesset in the November 1 elections.

Netanyahu, who was a former prime minister of Israel, is president Isaac Duke tasked with forming a new government. On Sunday, he announced that he would agree to peace agreements with other Arab countries. This could contribute to ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Under the previous Netanyahu administration, Israel normalized its relations with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.

(APA / DPA)

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