US President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu meet for seventh time. They reaffirm their common opposition to the unilateral declaration of Palestinian statehood. Obama’s remarks on future borders engender Israeli criticism. His remarks are seen as a step away from President Bush’s remarks in April 2002 stipulating that the June 1967 borders could be changed. Both US presidents advocate returning to negotiations and no unilateral actions to be made by either side. (source)
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