Israel began to map according to the controversial US peace plan

Israel began to map according to the controversial US peace plan

Israel began to map according to the controversial US peace plan

In addition, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Israel has begun mapping the occupied West Bank territories.

The Israeli Prime Minister said, "We are already mapping the area in line with US President Donald Trump's peace plan".

He said that according to the peace plan, all parts would become part of Israel and it would not take long.

The Israeli Prime Minister stressed that the territory it intends to link to Israel will include all the West Bank settlements and the Jordan Valley.

It should be noted that US President Donald Trump on January 28 announced in the presence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a peace plan for the Middle East, saying that Jerusalem would remain Israel's "undisclosed capital," while Palestinians in East Jerusalem. The capital will be found and the west bank will not be split in half.

The US-sponsored peace plan acknowledged Israeli settlement in the West Bank, as well as a 4-year ban on new settlements in the West Bank.

The Palestinian Authority had earlier announced the termination of all relations with the United States and Israel, including security.

Later, at a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Arab League in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, it was said that the plan was insufficient for peace and the Arab League would not cooperate with the United States to implement the plan.

He assured that the Palestinian state would be established on the land occupied by Israel in the Middle East war of 1967 and that East Jerusalem would be the capital.

Foreign Ministers of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon and other countries were also present at the meeting.

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