Palestinian presidency ready to deal positively with Trump’s administration to achieve peace

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The Palestinian presidency announced Wednesday, February 15  its willingness to deal positively with the American president Donald Trump administration to achieve peace.

Palestinian presdiency in statement published by WAFA news agency announced adherence to  two-state solution option according international law that ensures ending Israeli occupation to Palestinian territory and assure establishment of an independent Palestinian State, with East Jerusalem as capital on the borders of June 1967 to live in peace and security alongside with the State of Israel.

The statement came following the press conference between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Trump in Washington.

It also called on Netanyahu to respond positively to US President Donald Trump  request  and the international community to halt all settlement activities, including in occupied East Jerusalem.

The presidency added that Netanyahu has been repeating his dictative language and that Israeli control of the eastern border of the Palestine occupied territory is still going.

It also demand to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, it is considered a continuation of the attempt to impose facts on the ground and destroy the two-state option and replace it with the principle of state with two systems .

Palestinian presidency explained that Israeli government insiste to destroy the two-state option through the continuation of settlements and imposing facts on the ground,which will lead to more extremism and instability, stressing  extremism and terrorism in all its forms.

Palestinian presidency expressed its willingness to resume a credible peace process away from the dictates and the imposition of facts on the ground, and its readiness to resolve all final status issues without exception, based on the UN international resolutions, legitimacy and Arab Peace Initiative of 2002.

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