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  • EU: Zionist regime’s new settlements plan threatens ties EU: Zionist regime’s new settlements plan threatens ties
    شنبه 8 آذر 1393 ساعت 18:59

    Plans for new settlements in East al-Quds pose a threat to peace and Zionist regime’s relations with the European Union, the 28-member bloc said on Friday, joining the United States in its criticism of the decision. According to Iran Daily, the strong language from the European Union, the biggest aid donor to the Palestinians who seek statehood in territories occupied by Tel Aviv regime in the 1967 Middle East War, echoes

    Plans for new settlements in East al-Quds pose a threat to peace and Zionist regime’s relations with the European Union, the 28-member bloc said on Friday, joining the United States in its criticism of the decision. According to Iran Daily, the strong language from the European Union, the biggest aid donor to the Palestinians who seek statehood in territories occupied by Tel Aviv regime in the 1967 Middle East War, echoes criticism from Germany, France and Washington. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said the decision to build 2,610 homes in Givat Hamatos would be the first new settlement in the al-Quds area for 15 years. “This represents a further highly detrimental step that undermines prospects for a two-state solution and calls into question Israel’s commitment to a peaceful negotiated settlement with the Palestinians,” the European Union’s External Action Service said in a statement. “We stress that the future development of relations between the EU and Israel will depend on the latter’s engagement towards a lasting peace based on a two-state solution,” the EEAS said, referring to an independent and democratic Palestinian state that would exist alongside Zionist regime. It did not say whether any action would be taken over its criticism. Zionist regime is eligible for 14 million euros ($17.6 million) in EU funding over the next seven years, while the EU is Zionist regime’s biggest trading partner. Palestinians want a state encompassing the West Bank and Gaza Strip with East al-Quds as its capital. Zionist regime withdrew from Gaza in 2005 but has continued expanding settlements in the West Bank and East al-Quds. The latest round of US-brokered peace talks foundered in April over Israeli objections to a Palestinian political unity pact including the Hamas movement, which controls Gaza and seeks Zionist regime’s destruction, and Palestinian objections to unremitting Israeli settlement growth. The US State Department said on Wednesday that reports that Zionist regime had moved forward with settlement plans would call into question the Tel Aviv’s commitment to a lasting peace with the Palestinians.



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