May 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);5/18/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4854, p6
The article reports on the peace process of the U.S. in the Middle East. It says that former Senator George Mitchell, who serves as the Special Envoy of the U.S. to the Middle East, will arrive in the country for the continuation of the peace talks with Palestinian and Israeli leaders. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says that basic changes to the relationship between Israel and the U.S. need to be introdced. Barak also highlights the importance of re-establishing the U.S. trust to Israel.


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