Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday rejected "international dictates" ahead of a visit by France's top diplomat, with Paris pushing for a UN resolution laying out parameters for peace talks.
"The only way to reach an agreement is through bilateral negotiations, and we will forcibly reject any attempts to force on us international dictates," Netanyahu said at a cabinet meeting.
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