Arafat says nothing important was offered to Palestinians in Aqaba summit
In his first public reaction to the U.S.-led summit in Aqaba, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat said on Thursday that Israeli Premier Ariel Sharon had offered nothing "tangible" to the Palestinians.
According to Arafat, Sharon's promise to evacuate "unauthorized" settler outposts did not constitute a considerable concession by Israel.
"Unfortunately, he has not yet offered anything tangible," Arafat told journalists, Reuters reported.
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