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Netanyahu pledges to work with Trump on peace efforts

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Netanyahu pledges to work with Trump on peace efforts

Post by rocky on Tue 28 Mar 2017, 2:53 am

Netanyahu pledges to work with Trump on peace efforts



Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that he was committed to working with US President Donald Trump to make progress in peace efforts with the Palestinians and the Arab world in general.

Netanyahu announced the pledge in a speech to the largest US pressure group loyal to Israel at a time when Trump administration is seeking an agreement with Netanyahu 's right - leaning government to limit settlement construction on land Palestinians want for a state in the future as part of an effort US to resume peace negotiations have been stalled for a long time .

But Netanyahu , who spoke by satellite telephone from Jerusalem to avoid any mention of sensitive talks did not amount to a confirmation of commitment to two - state solution to the Israeli - Palestinian conflict , the decades - old.

Netanyahu told the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) , 'Israel is committed to working with President Trump to make progress in peace with the Palestinians and with all our Arab neighbors.'

But he reiterated his request that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state , which they reject.

He praised Netanyahu Petramb , who laid more positive case in dealing with Israel than his predecessor , Democrat Barack Obama , who often clashed with the Israeli leader.

Netanyahu thanked the new Republican president on the request of the US budget in the recent period 'remains on military aid to Israel is complete.' He expressed his confidence as well as in the US - Israeli partnership in order to prevent Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon in the wake of the nuclear agreement concluded in 2015 with world powers on ' the face of the aggression of Iran in the region. "

In a speech to AIPAC later on Monday , the Nikkei pledged Healy US Ambassador to the United Nations that the Trump administration will monitor Iran 'like a hawk' to make sure its commitment to the nuclear agreement.

Netanyahu opposed the agreement granting Tehran exemption from sanctions in exchange for restrictions on its nuclear program.

On the issue of the settlements round of US - Israeli talks ended on Thursday without reaching an agreement. Said people close to the talks that differences remain over the extent to which should be extended to construction restrictions.

He faces Netanyahu 's ruling coalition splits raised speculation that seeks to hold early elections.

Many of the Israelis had expected to be given Trump 's green light to the expansion of settlements in the occupied West Bank after a pro-Israel statements made during his campaign. But Trump, unexpectedly, Netanyahu urged last month to 'limit construction in the settlements a little bit.'

There are doubts in the United States and the Middle East on the chances of resuming Israeli - Palestinian diplomatic efforts. The stalled peace talks since 2014.

The majority of Israeli settlements countries built on land captured by Israel in the 1967 war is illegal. Israel opposes it , citing historical and political rights in the land as well as security considerations.

Trump showed ambivalent position on the two - state solution , which remained the cornerstone of US policy for nearly 20 years but in the recent period called Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to visit.

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