Andouble opposed the US: he did not intend to move the embassy to Jerusalem.

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 Andouble opposed the US: he did not intend to move the embassy to Jerusalem.


According to the Agence France-Presse report on May 1st, Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo said the same day in the afternoon of the West Bank city of Ramallah and the president of State of Palestine, Abbas said that Japan did not intend to relocate the Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Japans Kyodo News Agency 2 reported that when the two people met Andouble also said that Japan was determined to play an active role in the Middle East peace negotiations aimed at ending the Israeli Palestinian dispute, and that Japan plans to provide a further $10 million food aid. Abbas responded by thanking Japan for its assistance and saying we look forward to Japan playing a role in achieving peace in the Middle East. Andouble made this statement, less than two weeks from the United States originally scheduled to relocate to the embassy to Jerusalem. Earlier, the Israeli media reported that the United States will formally move to Jerusalem in Tel Aviv in Tel Aviv on the occasion of the founding of the United States in Tel Aviv on the occasion of the founding of the nation in May 14, 2018. According to Xinhua News Agency reported last December, the Jerusalem issue is one of the crux of the Israeli Palestinian peace process. After occupying East Jerusalem in 1967, Israel unilaterally declared that the whole of Jerusalem was its permanent and inseparable capital, while the Palestinians demanded the establishment of a State of Palestine with East Jerusalem as its capital. The international community generally does not recognize Israels sovereignty over Jerusalem, and many countries with Israeli diplomatic relations have set up their embassies in Tel Aviv, not Jerusalem. However, in 1995, the United States Congress passed the Jerusalem embassy bill, recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, requiring the government to set up the United States Embassy in Jerusalem by May 31, 1999, but allow the president to postpone the period out of national security interests and notify the Congress every 6 months. After the bill, many US presidents have postponed the establishment of the US embassy in Jerusalem. Last December 6th, President Trump announced that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel and would start the United States Embassy in the process of moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Trumps decision led to the concern and concern of the international community. Many countries subsequently warned that the move could lead to dangerous consequences, which would destroy the Israeli Palestinian peace process and increase the instability in the Middle East. Agence France-Presse reported 1 days that the Palestinians still refused to meet with Trumps negotiating team in response to the decision of the United States to remove the embassy. Abbas also appealed to other countries to intervene in order to help promote the new Israeli Palestinian peace process. At present, Abe Shinzo is visiting many countries in the Middle East. In May 2nd, he was expected to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and begin talks on regional and international affairs. The source of this article: surging news editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 Last December 6th, President Trump announced that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel and would start the United States Embassy in the process of moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Trumps decision led to the concern and concern of the international community. Many countries subsequently warned that the move could lead to dangerous consequences, which would destroy the Israeli Palestinian peace process and increase the instability in the Middle East. Agence France-Presse reported 1 days that the Palestinians still refused to meet with Trumps negotiating team in response to the decision of the United States to remove the embassy. Abbas also appealed to other countries to intervene in order to help promote the new Israeli Palestinian peace process. At present, Abe Shinzo is visiting many countries in the Middle East. In May 2nd, he was expected to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and begin talks on regional and international affairs.