Israel denies possibility of cancelling Oslo Accords
MENA, Monday 25 Jul 2011
Israel’s PM Netanyahu gave orders to the head of national security to look into all possible reactions to Palestinians’ petition to the UN for recognition as an independent state, which may have included cancelling Oslo

Sources in Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office denied news that Yaakov Amidror, the head of Israel's National Security Council (NSC), was considering cancelling the Oslo Accords in response to the unilateral Palestinian initiative to approach the United Nations for petition for recognition as an independent Palestinian state this September.

Israeli Radio on Monday quoted sources as saying that Netanyahu had asked Amidror to study all actions Israel can adopt in the case that the Palestinians decide to move forward with the unilateral move.

The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, mentioned in the Monday possibility of cancelling the Oslo Accords.