The Palestinian leader lashed out Sunday at U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposition to end the Mideast struggle, saying it would be “covered very soon.”
Talking at the Munich Security Conference, Mohammad Shtayyeh said the U.S. plan was “close to an update of comprehension between (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu and Trump.”
Shtayyeh reprimanded the way that the proposition would leave a future Palestinian state divided and with “no power,” permitting Israel to attach enormous pieces of the West Bank. He asked different nations to dismiss the Trump proposition while keeping up that Palestinians “are available to genuine dealings.”
Shtayyeh proposed the Palestinians would look to build pressure on Israel through global associations, refering to the ongoing discharge by the U.N. human rights office of a rundown of in excess of 100 organizations supposedly complicit in abusing Palestinian human rights by working in Israeli settlements in the involved West Bank.
Alluding to the up and coming Israeli political race, Shtayyeh said the contrast between Israeli resistance pioneer Benny Gantz and Netanyahu was “not more than the distinction between Coca-Cola and Pepsi Cola.”