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Albright Statement on Israeli-Syrian Talks

Albright Statement on Israeli-Syrian Talks

Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Statement on Israeli-Syrian Talks Washington, DC, January 17, 2000 As released by the Office of the Spokesman U.S. Department of State

At the end of the last round, it was agreed that the Israeli- Syrian talks would resume on January 19th. Both sides have since been reviewing the status of the talks and the draft working document. Presently, their approaches to the next round differ, and as a result, there is going to be a delay. In the meantime, each side has agreed to send experts to Washington to meet us and provide their comments on the draft.

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