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Talk:Statement of "joint understanding" released after Annapolis Conference

This actually, is not part of the statement: In part, the statement read: "Today, Palestinians and Israelis each understand that helping the other to realize their aspirations is key to realizing their own aspirations—and both require an independent, democratic, viable Palestinian state. Such a state will provide Palestinians with the chance to lead lives of freedom and purpose and dignity. Such a state will help provide the Israelis with something they have been seeking for generations: to live in peace with their neighbors."

It comes after the (Applause) in this text, which marks the end of the joint statement (check out the joint statement).

I am therefore rewording in the article. Sean Heron 23:44, 28 November 2007 (UTC)

Yep you are right. I thought I got it from this text but obviously I did not. --SVTCobra 07:02, 29 November 2007 (UTC)

Sorry, I forgot the other half: I wouldn´t have noticed if the article hadn´t been so interesting, nice work :D. Regards Sean Heron 07:50, 29 November 2007 (UTC)
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