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US Secretary of State John Kerry visited the region again this week in his seventh trip to Israel and the West Bank to try to put the troubled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks back on track.
Abbas "essentially accepted a historic compromise between the Palestinians and the Israelis and is simply asking for a contiguous state with east Jerusalem as its capital," Fahmy said.
"We are worried, I would even add to it, to a degree skeptical, but committed to trying to help as much as we can," Fahmy said.
"Settlement activity...is expanding and also going to the heart of the West Bank," he said.
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