Palestine: EU statement on “deal of the century” indicates Trump’s defeat

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The European Union’s response to the Century deal signaled Trump’s defeat.

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyadh al-Maliki said he welcomed the European Union’s statement on “the deal of the century” and called it a failure for President Donald Trump’s government, according to Sputnik.

Earlier, EU Bureau for Foreign Affairs chief Jose Borrell had said that the initiative to resolve the dispute over the Palestinian-Israeli conflict did not meet the agreed criteria of the international community, and warned that the annexation of the occupied territories in the West Bank would. Jordan “will not go unanswered”.

“The European Union statement represents a new breakthrough for the Trump administration and US diplomacy, based on the denial of international law and the right of the Palestinian people to establish an independent state at their borders under the June 4, 1967, agreement,” the agency quoted the minister as saying. With the capital in Jerusalem. “

“We are working with the European Union to recognize Palestine as the best way to save the peace process and the two countries’ solution by forming an independent state,” al-Maliki added.

US President Donald Trump unveiled his Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last Tuesday in his farewell “Peace Deal of the Century” with a global response. All Palestinian groups and currents opposed the plan. Among the Arab states, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain, which are seeking to normalize relations with Israel, supported the plan.



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