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Chechen leader accuses US of disrupting effort to reach Israeli-Palestinian settlement

March 30, 2015, 16:14 UTC+3 MOSCOW

Ramzan Kadyrov says he has no doubt the Palestinian State should be established with the capital in Jerusalem

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Ramzan Kadyrov

Ramzan Kadyrov

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MOSCOW, March 30. /TASS/. Russia’s Chechen Republic leader Ramzan Kadyrov said on Monday the US is disrupting the international effort to reach the settlement between Israel and Palestine.

"There is no doubt that the Palestinian State should be established with the capital in Jerusalem, but the US constantly blocks reaching truce on fair conditions," Kadyrov wrote on his social network page, commenting on the Russian President Vladimir Putin’s address to the participants in the summit of the League of the Arab Nations (LAS).

"The Russian president said the most important condition for settling the Palestinian issue was the fulfillment of the legal right of the Palestinian people to create an independent, viable and territorially integral state with the capital in East Jerusalem," Kadyrov noted.

"The president of Russia takes a consistent and principled position on the events in the Arab countries of the Middle East, where NATO countries encouraged staging coups and unleashing bloody wars under the guise of imposing Western democracy. We are confident that the Russian president’s firm, clear and fair assessment will have a positive impact on further development of geopolitical processes in the Middle East," the Chechen leader said.

The Russian president’s address to the leaders of LAS countries was published on the Kremlin website on March 28. Putin said that Russia will further facilitate reaching settlement between Israel and Palestine through bilateral channels, as well as in multi-party formats, including in the framework of the "Quartet" of international mediators.

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