British Prime Minister David Cameron, Wednesday, Palestinians and Zionists in initiating negotiations, to ensure that the cease-fire, and to achieve peace.
Cameron’s remarks came during his answer to the questions regarding the Zionist aggression on Gaza, and, at the weekly meeting of the British House of Commons, and this week’s questions about the latest Palestinian developments Zionism.
Cameron expressed concern about what is happening in the southern Gaza entity, stressing the need for the parties to enter into negotiations.
Commenting on a Palestinian request for membership of the General Assembly of the United Nations later this month, advised Cameron Palestinians not to take this step, noting that this issue can be resolved by sitting and dialogue, and not within the United Nations.
For his part, the leader of the opposition Labor Party, “Ed Miliband,” the need for a cease-fire between the two sides, noting the need to enter into negotiations after the announcement of the cease-fire.
Commenting on a Palestinian request for membership of the General Assembly of the United Nations, told Miliband that the likelihood of a two-state solution weakens over time.