PA press: Trump told Abbas he intends to move embassy

December 5, 2017 17:58


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United States President Donald Trump spoke to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday about “his intention” to move the US Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Abbas’s spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeinah said on Tuesday.

In his campaign for the American presidency, Trump promised to relocate the American Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

Abu Rudeinah said that the PA president warned Trump of “the gravity of consequences” moving the US Embassy in Tel Aviv would have “for the peace process and security and stability in the region and world.”

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