British Foreign Secretary William Hague arrives to speak to journalists following a meeting with Palestinian President on May 23, 2013 in the West Bank city of Ramallah. Peace between Israel and the Palestinians is a 'priority,' Hague said on a visit to the region, as he met Israeli Prime Minister earlier in the day.
I don’t think it’s helpful to speculate publicly about Plan Bs – except to say there isn’t any Plan B that comes anywhere near to Plan A. There isn’t a Plan B that resolves the problem… There is nothing that has any hope of bringing about what both Israelis and Palestinians need to compare with the work John Kerry is doing.
It’s very important for this opportunity to be seized by all concerned. It is a moment of opportunity that will not easily recur in terms of the United States putting in tremendous energy into trying to re-start negotiations… There isn’t going to be a moment in American diplomacy [like this again]… so it is very important in weeks, not months, to make the most of this opportunity
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