Posted April, 14 2012 at 12:53:51 to News
An Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement requires sacrifices from both sides, Dick Cheney said after meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday afternoon. This predader radio "Deutsche Welle". He explained that under the victims should be understood as "painful compromises" and added that peace in the Middle East can be achieved only with the efforts of Israelis and Palestinians. No compromise is possible only in terms of Israeli security measures, said Deputy to George Bush. At a joint press conference with Abbas, Cheney said: "Finding a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, acceptable to both sides in this conflict, would be invaluable.
All the years of mistrust and violence led to nothing but extremists who oppose the achievement of unity, only caused further suffering of the Palestinian and Israeli people. "Meanwhile, Dick Cheney sharply criticized the organization" Hamas ", which after winning parliamentary elections in January 2006 failed to impose by force control of Gaza:" Terror and rockets do not only kill innocent people, they also kill legitimate hopes and aspirations of the Palestinian people. "Cheney, who in the past eight days successively visited Afghanistan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Palestinian territories, said the Palestinian people have long deserved to have its own independent state. According to Cheney, the U. S. will release the funds to build the necessary infrastructure. For its part, Palestinian President Cheney has asked for assistance in stopping the Israeli construction of new Jewish homes in the occupied West Bank and the annexed eastern Jerusalem. Furthermore, Israel must stop and targeted killings of suspected Palestinian militants. In the presence of Dick Cheney Palestinian leader in Ramallah said that achieving peace with Israel is possible only with the active support and solidarity of the entire international community, particularly the U. S. . Earlier in the day Dick Cheney attended the Easter service at the U. S. Consulate General in Jerusalem and met with Israeli President Shimon Peres. The latter is satisfied the American guest that Israel is not ready to return to Syria captured in the war of 1967 the Golan Heights, incl. the interests of both Iran and Syria in Lebanon. Cheney also believes that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad does not want peace with Israel. Before meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Vice President has guaranteed that the U. S. will never force Israel to make steps that could jeopardize the security of Israel.