Macron: Trump's decision to transfer the US Embassy to Jerusalem is unfortunate and France does not support him
Macron: Trump's decision to transfer the US Embassy to Jerusalem is unfortunate and France does not support him

French President Emmanuel Macaron expressed his dissatisfaction with US President Trump's decision to transfer the US embassy to Jerusalem, saying that it was a regrettable decision and France does not support it.

US President Donald Trump has just announced recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, with the transfer of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied city, a new step that hinders the peace process between the Palestinians and the Israeli government.

The US president said at a press conference at the White House that his announcement today to move the embassy to Jerusalem is a new approach to resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, stressing that today is recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.


Macron: Trump's decision to transfer the US Embassy to Jerusalem is unfortunate and France does not support him
US President Donald Trump decided after Trump's meeting with his administration team at the White House, which Trump told reporters before the meeting that his decision on Jerusalem came after a long study and thought, and that the decision was "too late" as he called it.

He added that he is doing what is different in terms of recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, because this step is in the interest of achieving peace between Palestine and Israel. "This step is very late as it moves forward in the peace process. Israel is a woman like any other woman with rights To recognize its capital and to recognize that this is a fait accompli is a necessary condition for achieving peace. "


"The capital that the Jewish people built in the past and in history today is the capital of the modern Israeli government," Trump said at a press conference in Washington.


He pointed out at a press conference that, in agreement with the decision of the embassy in Jerusalem, he announced the start of equipment and settings for the transfer of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and this will begin directly with the process of appointing engineers and architects so that they can start work, The completion of construction will be this symbol of peace.


When he made these statements, he made it clear that this resolution was in no way designed to reflect our departure from our commitment to facilitate a lasting peace agreement. He wanted a peace agreement that would be an achievement for Israelis and Palestinians and did not take any position on any final status, Israeli conflict in Jerusalem or the disputed border resolution, and these matters are still left to the parties concerned.


The US president also called on all regional leaders, including Arab countries and Israeli leaders, to support efforts for peace, calm and the voice of moderation on the voices of hatred, pointing out that his deputy Mike Pence will arrive in the Middle East in the coming days.

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