Palestinian senior officials emphasize that the PA will only accept a solution where Israel withdraws to the pre-1967 borders and east Jerusalem becomes the capital of the future Palestinian State.
Chief Palestinian negotiator says meeting "sends a clear message to the Palestinian people that the systematic violations of their inalienable rights are going to continue."
US Secretary of State John Kerry is due to make remarks regarding Middle East peace later today.
When asked about the compromise suggestion at a conference held by the Palestine-Israel Journal in Jerusalem, he called it “playing around with” an inherently invalid legal system.
Erekat spoke in the aftermath of Civil Administration demolitions of seven illegally built Palestinians structures in Area C of the West Bank on Monday.
The document by Erekat, which summarized his meeting with John Kerry in Amman, claimed that Kerry vowed to veto any UN Security Council resolution relating to settlements or Palestinian statehood.
Erekat demands that the European delegation act to force Israel to release the dying hunger striking Palestinian prisoner, Mohammad al-Qeeq.
The handshake, which was the first between the two leaders since 2010, made headlines in Israel and sparked speculation of a renewal of the long-moribund peace process.
Palestinian leadership to convene over secret meetings with Israelis.
Chief PLO negotiator's move comes in response to Israeli government’s decision to promote plan for construction of 500 new apartments in Jerusalem’s Ramat Shlomo neighborhood.