Sources to PNN: President Abbas First International Visit After Announcing Breaking All Ties with Israel will be This Month to Turkey.
Trusted Palestinians sources reported that President Mahmud Abbas in going to his first international visit ever since he announced cutting ties with Israel under the pretext of its attempts for changing security measures on Al-Aqsa gates. Whereas Israel is slowly trying to put more pressure on the Palestinian government since the president’s announcement.
According to an anonyms source, President Abbas will be heading to Ankara, Turkey in the twenty seventh of this month commencing his first international visit after announcing breaking all ties with Israel. President Abbas is going to meet with Turkish president Rajb Tayeb Ardogan in order to discuss important political matter considering the Palestinian situation.
While there isn’t any information about Israel’s stand from this visit. However, various Palestinian sources published that lately that Israel is practicing new measures against the Palestinian government as a respond to announcing cutting ties
The source also reported that the president intends to attend the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly where he is expected to make a crucial political speech as part of his international political agenda . This visit is expected to be after the middle of this month.
According to Al-Hayat Newspaper in London The Turkish president is seeking to present a new initiation in order to end the conflict between Fatah and Hamas, without mentioning any details about his plan as the two presidents will discuss it when they meet
Ardogan and King of Jordon have stated yesterday the need for initiating new peace negotiations in order to establish an independent Palestinian state
Reportedly Abbas is meeting with the American Gerald Cochins who is visiting Ramallah leading an American political delegation in order to discuss the American effort for starting peace negotiations between Palestine and Israel
The meeting will be held in the presidential compound in Ramallah in the twenty fourth of this month. Jason Greenblatt Representative for International Negotiations and the national security consultant will both be in the delegation
American and Israeli source recently published that the American government reassured the Palestinian government emphasizing on the American effort and where it stands America stands in terms of the peace negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis confirming that the American delegation will take into consideration many of the Palestinian demands.