(Bloomberg) -- Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid has written to 50 heads of states in a bid to prevent a vote in the United Nations that seeks to request an advisory from the International Court of Justice on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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"It has long been accepted that the status of disputed territory will be subject to direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians," Lapid wrote in the letter. "A one-sided change to such a policy will have detrimental effects on the entire region."
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