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EU slams Trump’s Middle East peace plan

By DW
08 February 2020   |   11:24 am
An official statement says the proposal 'departs from' international agreements on the Israel-Palestine conflict. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell also urged both sides to 're-engage' in negotiations.

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