Indonesia calls for progress in Middle East peace talks
The Jakarta Post
Indonesia is calling on all concerned parties to make progress on the peace process in the Middle East, saying that a breakthrough is needed to resolve the enduring conflicts between Palestine and Israel.
Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa told The Jakarta Post on Thursday that “every party needs to [kick start the] momentum and [begin the] positive development to make progress”.
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