French President Francois Hollande said that Paris remains true to its commitment to promote international efforts to achieve a peaceful settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Francois Hollande on July 21 took in Paris, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen).
According to the President of France, the fragile situation and the escalation of violence in the middle East cannot but cause concern. He stressed that the Quartet of sponsors of the peace process, recently stated that the settlement on the basis of the principle of two States for two peoples was under threat due to the construction in the settlements, and it is now necessary to create the political conditions for the resumption of the peace dialogue.
Hollande promised to exert efforts to mobilize support from the international community for the resumption of the peace process.