Security, borders to dominate peace talks - Abbas
President Mahmoud Abbas chairs a meeting in Ramallah (AFP/File)
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday that the Palestinian-Israeli peace talks will mainly focus on two issues: Security and Borders.
He also said that after finishing discussions on these two files, other files will be put on the negotiation table.
The seriousness of US President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are the US's guarantees given to the Palestinian side to ensure the success of the negotiations, Abbas told Okaz Saudi newspaper.
He added that the United States is very serious in reaching a settlement.
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