Sources in Washington tell Ynet appointment of Republican statesman as special envoy to Middle East is ‘a serious option’. Former chief negotiator Dennis Ross, ex-Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer nominated for role as well
WASHINGTON – A new appointment for the Middle East? US President-elect Barack Obama is considering appointing former Secretary of State Colin Powell as the special peace envoy to the Middle East.
Sources in Washington told Ynet on Saturday that Powell’s appointment as special envoy is “a serious option”.
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