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    Jerusalem: Capital of Israel and Palestine

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    Post by Rocky Sat 09 Dec 2017, 2:49 am

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    Jerusalem: Capital of Israel and Palestine
    The Czech Republic, along with the rest of the European Union, considers Jerusalem to be the future capital of Israel and Palestine.
    According to the Czech Foreign Ministry, this position is based on the decisions of the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the European Union.
    The Czech Republic, for the time being, "practically recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel beyond the 1967 borders and considers Jerusalem as the future capital of the two states, on the basis of the EU Council's decision on foreign policy."
    The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that the question of the transfer of the Czech diplomatic mission from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem could only be considered on the basis of the outcome of discussions with the major partners in the region and in the world.
    For his part, Czech President Milos Zeman said Thursday evening in an interview with Barandov television that he was pleased that US President Donald Trump decided to transfer his country's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
    The Czech president criticized some politicians in different countries who oppose the move and said: "This is their problem."
    Zeman believes that each country has the right to publish its embassy in the city it deems appropriate, and each country has the right to determine the location of its embassy in other countries.
    Zeman also expressed confidence that EU countries will follow the US approach.


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