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Senator McCain calls to send Bill Clinton to negotiate for peace in the Middle East

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Senator McCain calls to send Bill Clinton to negotiate for peace in the Middle East

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Senator McCain calls to send Bill Clinton to negotiate for peace in the Middle East

Published 19/11/2012 10:12 AM

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senator John McCain, the ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee U.S. Senate on Sunday that the United States needed to dispatch a high-level envoy, such as former President Bill Clinton, to help reach a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.

Said McCain, who lost the presidential election in 2008 in front of U.S. President Barack Obama that Washington must show it is serious about reaching a peace in the Middle East and send a high-level people such as Clinton to help.

McCain said in an interview with CNN (. B. S) "The United States should be pushing as hard as we can to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian issue. Many things hanging on the move this process forward."

McCain said "proposed sending a high-level person like former President Bill Clinton to serve as negotiating .. I know he Salna to say so, but we need someone who enjoys high بمقام and influence to persuade the two sides to sit down together as an honest broker."

In 2000, during his second term to make Bill Clinton made great efforts to push the Middle East peace process, but his efforts failed in the end. But seen widely as a credible Israeli and Palestinian sides.

Said Obama, who is currently touring Asia that he prefers not to a ground offensive by Israel on Gaza but carrying Egypt and Turkey responsibility to persuade Hamas to stop firing rockets across the border. Obama also warned of supporting Palestinian aspirations of statehood that the escalation of the conflict in Gaza could push the peace efforts away from the track in the future.

And such other senior Republicans said McCain should be on the United States to "intervene as hard as you can of power" in the escalating crisis in the Gaza Strip.

But he said he did not know how much influence enjoyed by the Obama administration in the wake of a failed effort in 2009 to help overcome the differences between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

McCain said "we have a lot of work to do to restore some credibility to we Nthowy in all over the Middle East."

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