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Arab leaders on Wednesday concluded a two-day summit
Arab leaders on Wednesday concluded a two-day summit with a decision to better market a 2002 peace plan for Israel by sending a committee to explain it to Europe, the United States and other nations. The summit earlier rejected a Jordanian proposal to dramatically change the peace plan by offering Israel naturalized relations without it first returning lands occupied in 1967. Instead, the Arab leaders stuck to the peace plan approved at a 2002 summit in Beirut offering relations with Israel only in exchange for its full withdrawal from occupied territory, the creation of a Palestinian state and settlement of the Palestinian refugee issue, tells ABC News. According to Prensa Latina, Israeli officials announced Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin will make his first visit to Israel at the end of April aimed at meeting with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and top Israeli officials. It was not clear if Putin would also meet Palestinian officials during the visit on 27 and 28 April. Russia is a member of the diplomatic group known as the Quartet of mediators for Middle East peacemaking, along with the US, the UN and the EU. They sponsored the stalled roadmap peace plan for a Palestinian state.
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