Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday [04.11] states that Washington does not approve the legitimacy of Israel's settlements, but believes that negotiation is the fastest way to reach freezing.
"We do not accept the validity of the settlement, and we have a very strong belief that mengahiri all activities, now and in future will be better," Clinton said after meeting with Egyptian officials, including President Hosni Mubarak.
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband on Tuesday said construction of Israeli settlements illegal and an obstacle to peace.
British officials, who visited Jordan, delivered a statement in the briefing. During that time, he underlines the need to build mutual trust between all parties involved in the flow of peace.
Peace talks between the Palestinians by Israel freezes in early 2009, following keterpilihan right-wing government of Israel, which refused to recognize the rights of the Palestinian people and repeatedly disobedient to the call the United States and the world to freeze the settlements. Palestinians demand halt settlement building as a prerequisite for the continuation of peace talks.
On Tuesday morning, Jordan's King Abdullah II to meet with Miliband and discuss the various efforts to overcome barriers Palestinians launch peace talks, Israel, the Jordanian news agency, Petra.
King Abdullah urged the world community to act quickly and firmly in order to make peace by creating a suitable atmosphere for peace talks. King of Jordan is returning calls on the world community to pressure Israel to halt settlement activity.
On Monday, the Arab League leader Amr Mussa accused Israel of sabotaging U.S. efforts to resume Middle East peace talks and said the support of the Palestinian refusal to negotiate until Israel to halt settlement activity.
Mussa said the worry of Washington's diplomatic efforts back to square one due to the refusal of Israel to stop building settlements in the West Bank, Palestinian prerequisite for continuing the conversation.
United States earlier urged the absolute cessation of new Israeli settlements in the West Bank, but at the end of October, Hillary declared bid Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to limit new development "never happened".
Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday expressed worry about the sustainability of the actions of the Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories and called upon the holder of Israel "stop" action "fishing" like that.
Output statement that the world body's headquarters in New York, United States, the spokesman for Ban said, "Secretary-General concerned about the sustainability of the Israeli actions in East Jerusalem seat area, including the destruction of Palestinian homes, the expulsion of Palestinian families and the entry of settlers into the area of residence of Palestinians . ' "The expulsion of Palestinian families today in East Jerusalem is the latest incident," the statement said.
In the last week, the United Nations called upon Israel immediately to stop the eviction and destruction of Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem and warned that 60,000 people there might be facing eviction, demolition and homeless.
Although the world community strongly condemned, including the world body, the United States and the European Union, Israel continues building settlements in the action area of East Jerusalem holder.
Jumat, 06 November 2009
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