Israel sidesteps inquiries regarding the two-state solution

While addressing questions about a potential two-state solution, Israel’s Foreign Minister Katz emphasized Israel’s priority on returning hostages and ensuring its security. Meanwhile, the EU reiterated its backing for a two-state resolution.

German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock stated, “The two-state solution is the only solution, and even those who don’t want to acknowledge it have not proposed any other alternative.”

Borrell introduced a “comprehensive approach,” suggesting an international conference to formulate a peace plan for presentation to both Israelis and Palestinians. The proposal outlined consequences for engagement or non-engagement with the peace plan by either party.

Jordan’s Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi criticized Israel’s actions, stating that undermining the two-state solution would lead to more conflicts and wars in the region. He emphasized the global consensus supporting the two-state solution as the preferred path forward.

“The entire world is advocating for the two-state solution as the only way out of this situation. So the party opposing the rights of all peoples in the region, including Israelis, to have peace cannot go unaccountable,” Safadi asserted.

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