The Israeli prime minister has said he expects peace talks with the Palestinians, which have been stalled for more than a year, to resume in the coming weeks.
“I have reasons to believe, realistically, that we will resume the peace process with the Palestinians, without prior conditions, in the coming weeks,” Binyamin Netanyahu told a conference on security in Herzliya, northern Israel, on Wednesday.
Without providing details, Netanyahu suggested that the United States had a hand in the breakthrough.
“It is customary to say that it takes two to tango, but it sometimes takes three in the Middle East, at least to get started dancing the tango, after which I suppose a couple can carry on dancing,” he said. Aljazeera