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Israeli Defense Minister Gantz: Abbas climbed a tree that was difficult to descend


Gantz made an assessment to Israel’s Channel 13 television regarding the speech of Abbas addressing the 76th General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) in New York yesterday via video message.

In his speech to the UN General Assembly, Gantz said that they gave Israel one year to end its occupation, adding: “It is good that he invited a political solution, but he climbed a tree that was difficult to descend by giving a warning.” used his statements.

Regarding the possibility of another meeting with Abbas, Gantz said, “I talked to him about security issues in order to ensure stability on the ground. I can meet once again when necessary.” he said.

Gantz and Abbas met last month in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah.

Abbas, yesterday, from the city of Ramallah, addressed the 76th UN General Assembly in New York via video message.

Emphasizing that Israel does not comply with the signed agreements and refrains from all peace initiatives, Abbas said, “We are giving the occupying state one year to end its occupation of the 1967 borders, including East Jerusalem. During this time, we are ready to draw the border and solve all problems under the supervision of the Middle East Quartet (Russia, USA, European Union, United Nations). Otherwise, why would we continue to recognize an Israel on the 1967 borders?” had used the phrase.

Israeli newspaper: Israeli Foreign Minister Lapid secretly met with King Abdullah of Jordan

On the other hand, it was alleged that Israel’s Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Jordan’s King Abdullah II had a secret meeting.

In the news on Israel’s Channel 12 television, it was claimed that the Lapid-Abdullah meeting took place last month.

In the news, it was reported that Lapid and Abdullah discussed the tension in Jerusalem and around the Masjid al-Aqsa.

It was noted that during the meeting, where the place was not specified, the two leaders discussed the steps that can be taken to improve relations between Israel and Jordan.

Lapid visited Amman in July and met with his Jordanian counterpart, Ayman es-Safedi.

It was revealed that Israeli President Isaac Herzog went to Amman at the end of August and met with Abdullah.

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