Albright failed to reach a compromise between Syrian and Israeli
Regional, Politics, 9/13/1997
"After Albright admitted that she failed to reach a compromise between Syrian and Israeli attitudes," according to sources who spoke on condition of anonymity, the American Secretary of State traveled to Egypt where she met Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Foreign Affairs Minister Amr Moussa.
Albright's talks with Syrian President Hafez Assad lasted four hours, in the presence of American negotiator Demis Ross and the American ambassador to Syria. During this meeting, Assad said that Syria will stick to its position, and he insisted on the fact that he wanted to reach global peace only through the application of the "land for peace" principle and Madrid agreements.
Albright had very intensive activities the day before in Israel, where she visited a Palestinian private school after her meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders. There she told the children that the worst enemy to Palestinians is the party Hamas. American sources reported that Arafat promised Albright he would fight terrorists and fundamentalists with effective and special means, without adding further information about this news. It was also reported that Arafat and Netenyahu's advisors are going to meet in Washington soon, maybe next week, to try to reach a compromise.
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