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PM, Swiss envoy: International community must not accept US peace deal

May 9, 2019 11:15 A.M. (Updated: May 9, 2019 12:44 P.M.)
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Ishtayeh met with the Swiss envoy to the Peace Process in the Middle East, Roland Stinger, and discussed the latest political developments and efforts exerted to mobilize financial and political support in light of the financial war waged by the United States and Israel against the Palestinian people.

Ishtayeh met with Stinger in Ramallah City, in the central occupied West Bank, on Wednesday, where they both stressed the need for the international community to take a serious stance to not accept the United States’ so-called “Deal of the Century” and to confront it with an international peace conference, in order to end the Israeli occupation and save the two-state solution.

Ishatyeh also received a congratulatory letter from Swiss President Ueli Maurer on his assumption of the office of prime minister.

The letter read, “Switzerland supports the two state solution through negotiations and in accordance with the resolutions of international law, as well as efforts to establish a sovereign and contiguous Palestinian state and to achieve the Palestinian national reconciliation.”

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