Remarks Following a Meeting With President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority and an Exchange With Reporters

May 2009
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;5/28/2009, p1
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The article presents the text of a meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Washington D.C. Obama said the best way to achieve security in Israel is to create the conditions on the ground and set the stage for a Palestinian state as well. Meanwhile, Abbas confirmed their commitment to peace. Obama also discussed the country's energy policy and oil prices and the country's intervention in the peace process.


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