Foreign media: the square near the US embassy in Israel will be named after Trump.

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 Foreign media: the square near the US embassy in Israel will be named after Trump.


According to introducing, the square that Barkat says is located at the junction of DavidFlusser street and KfarEtzion street in Jerusalem. A year ago, the naming Committee of Jerusalem officially approved the renaming of the square. Reported that Jerusalem will hold a formal event in the future to celebrate the renaming of the square. Last December 6th, President Trump announced that Jerusalem was the capital of Israel and started the process of moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The US State Department announced in February that the US embassy in Jerusalem is scheduled to open on May, the 70th anniversary time of Israels founding. The Palestinian side is strongly dissatisfied with the decision of the United States. 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 as a whole, and many countries with Israeli diplomatic relations have located their embassies in Tel Aviv rather than Jerusalem. Source: China News Net editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005 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 as a whole, and many countries with Israeli diplomatic relations have located their embassies in Tel Aviv rather than Jerusalem.