U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the time is right for Mideast leaders to meet and tackle tough issues like the curb on new construction of Israeli settlements in the West Bank, which is set to expire. Clinton sat down with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss extending the moratorium on new construction. Netanyahu wants to make some adjustments, while Abbas and Clinton want to extend the moratorium. Although it has been reported that the leaders were arguing over the order of the agenda, they will discuss Jerusalem, borders, settlements and refugees, security and refugees. Let's hope the peace is kept in this process.
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