US ‘disappointed’ by plans for 1,345 east J’lem homes

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The United States is “deeply disappointed” that Israel has advanced plans to build 1,345 homes in “sensitive areas” of east Jerusalem, the State Department spokesman said on Monday.

Referring to the stalled Israeli-Palestinian talks, P.J. Crowley told reporters that the US views the announcement as “counter productive to our efforts to resume direct negotiations between the parties.”


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