President PalestineAnd the Mahmoud Abbaswith FM United StateAnd the Anthony Blinken, which asked the new government of the North American country to take stronger support measures to adopt the two-state solution. The Arab country has been under Israeli occupation since 1967.
We stress the importance of implementing what the President’s administration believes Joe Bidencommitment to a two-state solution. Abbas to Blinkinwho paid an official visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories today.
The Palestinian president stressed the “priority” of finding “a political solution that ends the Israeli occupation of the land of a state.” Palestine on the 1967 borders.
In addition, he asked United State on reopening its consulate for diplomatic care of the Palestinian population in Jerusalem, which was closed by the president’s previous administration Donald Trump.
Abbas also thanked the US financial support for the Palestinians in terms of cooperation, and stressed that the leadership in Palestine Palestinian National Authority (ANP) is committed to maintaining a close relationship with the current Democratic administration, after severing contact with the previous Trump administration to consider it aligned with the positions of the Israeli far-right.
on your side, Blinkin He affirmed that the United States is “committed to rebuilding its relations with the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian people,” adding that since taking office, Executive Biden “has worked in the recent period to find tangible ways to improve the quality of life for Palestinians.”
He claimed that this translates into US refinancing to United nations For Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) and in the delivery of 500 million humanitarian aid.
met blinkin Abbas In the city of Palestine Ramallah After meeting during the day with the main authorities in Israel.
After passing through the Palestinian territories, Blinkin He went to southern Israel to attend the Negev Summit, an unprecedented meeting organized by Israel, as well as United State Egypt, UAE, Bahrain and Morocco are participating.
The last three are modern allies of Israel, with whom they normalized relations in 2020 with the signing of the so-called Abraham Accords under the auspices of Washington.