Livni leaves for Washington to hear Kerry’s West Bank proposals

Lead Israeli peace negotiator, Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, and the prime minister’s political adviser Yakov Molcho leave for Washington Monday to hear US Secretary of State John Kerry’s proposals for reviving peace talks with the Palestinians.
DEBKAfile ran an exclusive rundown on May 28 of the Kerry proposals for Israel to cede the northern shore of the Dead Sea to the Palestinians, accept an international Palestinian airport in Jericho and approve a $4 billion economic reconstruction program for the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The Palestinians are not asked for any concessions in return. 

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