Israel welcomes Italy's preference for two-state solution

(AGI) Rome, Feb 27 - The Israeli Embassy in Rome has said itwelcomes the Italian parliament's decision not to recognise theState of Palestine and its preference for direct talks betweenIsrael and the Palestinians, based on the principle of atwo-state solution. As of the 1993 Oslo Accords, all Israeligovernments have agreed and accepted the idea of two states fortwo peoples, an embassy statement said. Following the electionsand the formation of a new government in Israel in March, itcontinued, the Palestinians must agree to go back to thenegotiating table without preconditions to work

(AGI) Rome, Feb 27 - The Israeli Embassy in Rome has said itwelcomes the Italian parliament's decision not to recognise theState of Palestine and its preference for direct talks betweenIsrael and the Palestinians, based on the principle of atwo-state solution. As of the 1993 Oslo Accords, all Israeligovernments have agreed and accepted the idea of two states fortwo peoples, an embassy statement said. Following the electionsand the formation of a new government in Israel in March, itcontinued, the Palestinians must agree to go back to thenegotiating table without preconditions to work towards peaceand security between the two peoples. (AGI) . .