World Bulletin / News Desk
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas hosted a luncheon in honor of ambassadors of Arab countries in Ankara on Saturday.
The luncheon, which was closed to press, took place at Palestinian Embassy in Turkey's capital Ankara.
Abbas gave information about the consensus process between Hamas and Al Fatah during the luncheon.
He also took up the status of Palestine in the UN.
Palestinian officials earlier announced that they would apply for observer state status in UN General Assembly on September 27. Majority of votes is required for Palestine's having this status.
Abbas had applied for full membership in September 2011, but was rejected.
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