Arab League Chief Says Mideast Peace Requires Two-State Solution

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Arab League chief Ahmed Abul Gheit said on Thursday resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would require a two-state solution, a day after Washington signaled it would drop that demand.

Abul Gheit affirmed that the conflict "requires a comprehensive and just peace based on a two-state solution with an independent Palestinian state," a statement said after he met UN chief Antonio Guterres in Cairo.

His comments came a day after US President Donald Trump met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and suggested a two-state solution was not necessary.

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Missing phillipo 17 February 2017, 12:43

Does his comment "two-state solution" mean that Abul Gheit. in the name of the whole Arab League. finally grants recognition to the existance of the State of Israel. Or is his statement just more words thrown around in the air?