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Russia questions feasibility of U.S. peace plan for Middle East

Reuters Sunday, 2 February 2020
A Middle East peace plan presented by U.S. President Donald Trump contravenes several United Nations resolutions, Russian news agencies cited a Kremlin spokesman as saying on Sunday, questioning the plan's feasibility.
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Arab leaders say US initiative does not meet 'minimum rights and aspirations of Palestinian people'.

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