Palestinian President Abbas called on Trump, who was elected president of the United States, not to take a step such as "the US transfer of the Embassy of Tel Aviv to Jerusalem"
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on Donald Trump, who was elected president of the United States, not to take such a step as "the US embassy of Tel Aviv should move to Jerusalem."
According to the report of the Palestinian official news agency VAFA, the message sent by Abbas to Trump regarding the discussions of the US Embassy's relocation of Israel's capital, Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, was warned about the danger of a possible step in this framework.
In his message, Abbas noted that "such a decision would have devastating effects on the peace process, two-state solution and the security and stability of the region." Abbas noted that the decision to annex the occupation administration to East Jerusalem was unjust, void and against international law.
Abbas also called on Russia, China, France, Germany and Britain, as well as the European Union, the African Union, the Organization for Islamic Cooperation, the Non-Aligned Movement and the Arab League, against all possible steps to be taken in moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem. And to make every effort to stop it.
Abbas also wants the international community to oblige Israel to adhere to "international law, human rights and international legitimacy".