The Palestinian overseas minister is asking Arab nations to boycott or downgrade their illustration on the upcoming U.S.-sponsored Mideast summit in Poland.

Riad Malki says that, on the very least, Arab nations ought to have low-profile delegations, beneath the ministerial degree, on the convention. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are sending overseas ministers. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might be on the summit.

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Malki says the Palestinians “view the Warsaw convention as a plot towards the Palestinian trigger.”

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He spoke on Monday to the Voice of Palestine as Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was to go to Saudi Arabia.

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Most Arab nations have avoided establishing relations with Israel with out important progress being made towards peace with the Palestinians. However many Gulf states share with Israel issues over Iran’s rising affect.

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