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UPDATED: 08:09, June 08, 2006
Hamas says still premature to talk about two-state solution
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The Hamas-led Palestinian government on Wednesday ruled out any two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at the moment.

Deputy Prime Minister Nasser al-Deen al-Shar said that a two- state solution was too early to be adopted by the Palestinian government.

Al-Shar made remarks as President Mahmoud Abbas is preparing for a referendum on a plan that calls for establishing a Palestinian state in the 1967 borders living side by side with Israel.

Hamas, sworn to the destruction of Israel, had reservation on the plan and rejected the idea of referendum.

Al-Shar said that the government could make efforts to ensure the success of the ongoing inter-Palestinian dialogue.

Source: Xinhua

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