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Abbas to focus on US peace initiative, two-state solution

19 Setiembre 2017

President Mahmoud Abbas' advisor for international affairs Nabil Shaath said the President will focus on the US initiative to revive peace process and the implementation of the two-state solution.

President Donald Trump arriving at the UN in New York with American Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, Sept. 18.

Shaath told Voice of Palestine radio that Abbas will demand an end to the Israeli occupation, in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy, although Trump did not mention any of his statements of the two-state solutions.

The result of the survey, conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research among 1,270 Palestinians, was published Tuesday.

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I think Israel would like to see it and I think the Palestinians would like to see it. And I can tell you that the Trump administration would like to see it. So we're working very hard on it, we'll see what happens. Greenblatt, on his numerous trips to the Jewish state, has met with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, as well as officials and civil society leaders from both sides and has promoted efforts to strengthen Israeli-Palestinian coexistence projects and business partnerships. "Instead of laying blame for the conflict at the feet of one party or the other, we are focused on implementing existing agreements and unlocking new areas of cooperation which benefit both Palestinians and Israelis", Greenblatt continued. "I think that's a very powerful visual message that people will see". The Israeli military aggression, which ended on August 26 that year, killed nearly 2,200 Palestinians. "If there is an acceptance of that, there could be peace". Historically, people say it can't happen.

"Hamas continues to divert money belonging to the Palestinians of Gaza - including funds provided by international donors - and uses these funds to build terror tunnels, missiles and for other nefarious uses", said Greenblatt.

"We are keen to urge the international community to turn this into a reality", he said.

The agency noted that Israeli forces cordoned off the area where the building was located before bulldozers proceeded to demolish it.

Abbas to focus on US peace initiative, two-state solution