Palestine asks Putin move embassy to US to keep
Palestine has the Russian president Vladimir Putin asked at a future Us president Donald Trump on to urge the embassy of the united states not to move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas called a potential move to “a red line and dangerous”. The letter from the government with the request to Putin has been submitted to the government in Moscow, reports news agency AFP.
Rumors about a relocation of the embassy emerged last week. Trump would be on the day of his inauguration the move want to approve.
That has created a lot of fuss, because both Israel and Palestine Jerusalem as their capital. The territory is divided about Israel and Palestine.
Abbas had earlier in a letter to Trump know that a trip has “destructive consequences” for the peace process, the two-state solution and the security in the region.
Minister John Kerry of Foreign Affairs called the plan “an explosive for the whole region”. The team of Trump would be partners in the Middle East already have informed of a possible relocation.
According to Haaretz, the team of Trump away from the man that Abbas had told about the plan of the relocation, the Jewish-American businessman Daniel Arbess. “Arbess represents not Trump, Kusher, or who in the future government.”