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11 October 2018 - 10:47
News ID: 440958
Rasa - US Middle East Envoy Jason Greenblatt announced that President Donald Trump’s peace plan will strongly reflect Washington's commitment to Israel's security.
A relative reacts at the body of a Palestinian, who was killed during a protest at the border fence between the besieged Gaza Strip and Israeli-occupied territories in Gaza City on October 5, 2018. (Photo by Reuters)

RNA - In an interview published Monday by the English-language Times of Israel news site, the presidential special envoy said the plan would "be heavily focused on Israeli security needs".


"But we also want to be fair to the Palestinians. We have tried hard to find a good balance," he claimed, adding that "each side will find things in this plan that they don't like".


The peace plan, Greenblatt stated, "will include a resolution to all of the core issues, including the refugee issue".


According to Fars News Agancy, he said that it would not propose a Palestinian-Jordanian confederation as a possible solution to the conflict, adding that "we're not looking at a confederation model".


The US president said in September that he would unveil a new peace plan within months.



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