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ISRAEL AND PALESTINE CONSIDER RENEWED PEACE TALKS

(26 May 2015) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY
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Jerusalem - 26 May, 2015
1. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walking along corridor
2. Zoom into Netanyahu leading cabinet meeting
3. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Aryeh Deri, Israeli cabinet minister:
"I support any possible progress in peace talks, and negotiations with our neighbours. We will discuss the issue when it is on the table of the cabinet."
4. Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Ya'alon (right) walking along corridor
5. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Yuval Steinitz, Israeli cabinet minister:
"The settlement will be a part of the state of Israel in any future agreement, if and when such an agreement is agreed upon."
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Ramallah, West Bank - 26 May, 2015
6. Set-up shot of Palestinian top negotiator Saeb Erekat
7.SOUNDBITE (English) Saeb Erekat, Palestinian top negotiator:
"What prime minister Netanyahu is asking for, when he says 'delineate the borders of settlements', is to legitimise settlements. What is needed today is for Netanyahu to call for the delineation of the maps of the borders between the two states on 1967 lines. What prime minister Netanyahu needs to commit to is his acceptance to a two state solution on the 1967 lines. What Mr. Netanyahu needs to do is to stop settlement activities and what he needs to do is to release the 4th tranche of prisoners before Oslo, that is what is needed, but to call for the delineation of the borders of settlements is absolutely a call to legitimise settlements, which is absolutely unacceptable."
8. Erekat at his desk
STORYLINE
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has offered Palestinians peace talks based on current settlement blocs, according to Israeli media.
The newspaper Haaretz reported that Netanyahu told European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini he hopes to reach agreements on future borders and on which Jewish settlements will remain inside Israel.
Israel captured the West Bank in the 1967 Mideast war.
The Palestinians seek it for their future state and say all Israeli construction on occupied land is illegal - a position with wide international support.
Israeli cabinet ministers commented on the issue during their weekly cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
Aryeh Deri said he "supports any possible progress in peace talks", while another cabinet minister, Yuval Steinitz, said "the settlements will be a part of the state of Israel in any future agreement".
Palestinian top negotiator Saeb Erekat said Netanyahu's call for the delineation of borders of settlements is "absolutely a call to legitimise settlements, which is absolutely unacceptable".
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