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Syrians Reject Israeli's Offer for Jerusalem Visit

The Syrian government on Monday rejected as not serious an invitation by President Moshe Katsav of Israel to Bashar Assad, the president of Syria, to visit Jerusalem and start peace negotiations. Katsav made his proposal during a morning interview with Israel Radio, saying, “I am the president of Israel, and I have the authority to invite other presidents. I invite the president of Syria to come to Jerusalem, to meet with the state leaders, to conduct serious negotiations.” “There is no doubt that President Assad is in severe trouble, and his intentions aren’t pure,” Katsav said. “But we must seriously examine his proposal to renew negotiations with Israel in a direct meeting and not through the media.” Full Story

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