STATEHOOD: Struggle for State Reaches Climax by September

April 2011
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);4/30/2011, Vol. 140 Issue 1248, p13
The article focuses on the foreign relations, dispute, and peace treaty between Palestine and Israel, on the establishment of Palestine as an independent state. It mentions the efforts of the said governments for a peace treaty which Palestinian expects to be reached by September 2011 . It also discusses the involvement and role of the U.S. Government in the peace negotiation. Palestinian Diplomat Riyad Mansour says that they expect about 140 countries recognizing the statehood of Palestine.


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