Middle East, Abbas: “In Paris last chance for the two-state solution” The PA president in an interview with Le Figaro: "The conference of 15 January represents an important contribution to peace and security"

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The international conference on peace in the Middle East to be held Sunday in Paris “is perhaps the last chance for the two-state solution”, Israeli and Palestinian. Said The PNA President, Abu Mazen in an interview with French newspaper Le Figaro. Abbas thanked France to host the meeting at which the alert is “an important contribution to peace and security. We hope that this conference can spring an international mechanism together with a timetable to conduct negotiations and implement the agreement that will result, with the goal of ending the occupation, including in East Jerusalem. ” Abu Mazen, the agreement should be based “on international law, UN resolutions and the vision of two states on the basis of the 1967 borders As Palestinians we say ‘Enough’. After seventy years of exile and occupation 50, 2017 must be the year of justice, peace, and freedom for our people. ”

Abbas then handed a letter to the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, in which calls on President Vladimir Putin to press on the future administration Trump so the United States does not transfer its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Abu Mazen has made this request in a letter to the same Donald Trump warning that such a move would have a “disastrous impact” on the peace process. The US Congress passed in 1995 the embassy move to Jerusalem, then-President Bill Clinton, however, believed the dangerous move and has postponed its decision to six months in six months. So did his successors George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Donald Trump, who is about to enter the White House, but has promised in the election campaign to move the US embassy to Jerusalem.

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