Kerry: Obama Spending 'Personal Time' on Peace Accord Shows U.S. Commitment
Secretary Kerry Delivers Remarks at NATO (YouTube)
KERRY: "And we will do everything in our power. President Obama has been as committed to this as anybody. He has committed his personal time. He has committed my time. The president is desirous of trying to see how we can make our best efforts in order to find a way to facilitate. But facilitation is only as good as the willingness of leaders to actually make decisions when they’re put in front of them. And we’re going to continue to do our work. We’re going to continue because this matters – matters to the region, matters to the parties, matters to us, matters to the world. Everywhere I go, people ask me: Is there any progress? Can you get anywhere? Can you move? The one thing that I keep in the center of my mind is that, even tonight, both parties say they want to continue to try to find a way forward. And so we will continue to work with them in order to try to do that."