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Palestinian officials reject the White house-peace strategy; Trey Yingst reports from Jerusalem.
Famous former Secretary of state Henry Kissinger will mark his 96ten birthday Monday, but he has not returned his findings on global Affairs concluded.
At a meeting in Washington last week, Kissinger administration, spoke about the Trump-the upcoming middle East peace plan, called the “Deal of the century”.
Other veteran diplomats in attendance, including the national security Advisor, John Bolton, and former Israeli Ambassador Zalman Shoval.
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The former US Secretary of state Henry Kissinger addresses the Senate Armed Services Committee, Jan. 25, 2018, with the former US Secretary of state George Shultz in the background. (Associated Press)
Both Kissinger and Shoval allegedly spoke about the middle East peace plan that will be presented in Bahrain in June.
Kissinger-who served as foreign Minister and national security adviser under presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford — went on to praise Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said he “analyzed the situation correctly.”
“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu correctly analyzed the situation.”
— Henry Kissinger
The first part of the Trump plan, which will be revealed in two years in the making, 25-26 June, during a conference that will bring together government and business leaders from around the world in an attempt to increase investment in the Palestinian economy.
The conference is not on the most contentious parts of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians-such as borders, the status of Jerusalem, Palestinian refugees and Israel’s security.
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In a statement to Bahrain, the White house, the government said the June workshop will be civil and executives a chance to gather, the promotion of economic initiatives that might be possible with a peace agreement.
The U.S. hopes the Arab countries will invest in the Palestinian territories to convince fix crumbling infrastructure, and support for other industrial projects in an effort to take the lead to plan the peace.
“The Palestinian people, along with all the people in the Middle East, deserve a future in dignity and with the possibility to make your life better,” Trump’s senior Advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, said in a statement Sunday.
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“Economic progress can be achieved only with a solid economic vision, and if the core of the political problems are solved.”