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Palestine seeks two-state solution with Jerusalem as the capital




(MENAFN) Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has declared his citizens to be looking for a two-state answer "based on the 1967 borders and international resolution" with Jerusalem as Palestine's capital.

His statement came while a joint press conference was taking place, with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi alongside him.

India has been recognized by President Abbas for its significant part in achieving piece, confirming his reliance on India for encouraging potential Israeli-Palestinian talks.

The Palestinian President stated "we rely on India's role as an international voice of great standing and weigh through its historical role in the Non-Aligned Movement and in all international forum and its increasingly growing power on the strategic and economic levels, in a way that is conducive to just and desired peace in our region."

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Palestine seeks two-state solution with Jerusalem as the capital

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