RIYADH – Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, usually referred to as MBS, has advised heads of US-based Jewish teams that the Palestinian management should settle for situations for peace put ahead by the administration of US President Donald Trump, in keeping with a report on Israeli media.
Throughout a closed-door assembly final month in New York with the organisations’ leaders, bin Salman harshly criticised Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Channel 10 information reported on Sunday, citing an Israeli diplomatic wire and sources.
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“Within the final a number of many years the Palestinian management has missed one alternative after the opposite and rejected all of the peace proposals it was given,” bin Salman reportedly stated in a report revealed on Axios web site by Barak Ravid, Channel 10’s senior diplomatic correspondent.
“It’s about time the Palestinians take the proposals and agree to come back to the negotiations desk or shut up and cease complaining.
Trump recognised Jerusalem because the capital of Israel in December, a transfer that drew worldwide criticism.
Palestinian leaders see East Jerusalem, which was militarily seized by Israel in 1967 and has been occupied since, because the capital of their future state.
Bin Salman reportedly pressured Abbas to just accept the US framework for peace after Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem.
Nonetheless, the Palestinian management has boycotted the White Home since Trump’s announcement in December. Abbas stated the US was now not an “trustworthy dealer” in peace talks.
Mohammed bin Salman and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, reportedly take pleasure in shut relations. Kushner reached out to bin Salman for steerage on the area after Trump appointed him to the administration’s staff that might oversee negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis.
Whereas bin Salman criticised Palestinian management, he additional acknowledged that peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine would want to maneuver ahead earlier than Saudi Arabia and different Gulf Arab states would normalise relations with Israel.
Saudi officers haven’t commented on the reviews.