Summary: ‘ Security Council resolutions.” In a statement released by the Jordanian Embassy in Washington, D.C., Jordan called Trump’s move a “violation of international legitimacy resolutions and the UN Charter.” “As terrorist attacks, political upheaval and violence often take place without any warning, U.S. The United Nations Security Council is also expected to convene an unexpected emergency situation meeting on Friday at the request of eight member countries — Bolivia, Egypt, France, Italy, Senegal, Sweden, United Kingdom and Uruguay — that oppose Trump’s decision, according to Reuters. “There is no peace that does not include Jerusalem as the capital of the state of Isreal,” Isreali Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a video statement on Twitter. Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop expressed concern regarding “any unilateral action by, either side which could might possibly append to up together to tensions.” It’s something that has to be done.” citizens are strongly encouraged to maintain a high level of vigilance, and take proper steps to increase their security awareness when traveling,” a statement issued shortly following the president’s announcement said.
“Jerusalem is a final status issue that will have to be resolved through direct negotiations between the two parties.” has given Jerusalem a special legal, and political status, which the Security Council has called upon the international community to respect,” said Deputy Swedish U.N. A statement from the kingdom’s Royal Court said the move “represents a great bias against the historic and permanent rights of the Palestinian people in Jerusalem, which have been affirmed by the relevant international resolutions and have been recognized and supported by the international community.” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani denounced it as “new adventurism by global oppressors,” Reuters reported and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said “one announcement by a country” doesn’t make Jerusalem the capital of Israel and called the decision a “dangerous step.” Israel, meanwhile, thanked Trump, for his “courageous and just” decision. “The aspirations of both parties will have to be fulfilled, and a way must be found through negotiations to resolve the status of Jerusalem as the future capital of both states,” said EU representative Federica Mogherini in a statement on Wednesday. by Safia Samee Ali From Europe to the Middle East to Australia, U.S. British Prime Minister Theresa May swiftly “disagreed” with Trump’s decision, saying in a statement that Jerusalem’s fate ought to be decided as “a negotiated settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians and Jerusalem should ultimately be the shared capital of the Israeli and Palestinian states.” The announcement broke from a decade’s long “hands off” foreign policy approach by previous administrations and went against the advice of international policy experts.
allies, and adversaries alike lined up Wednesday to condemn President Donald Trump’s decision to formally recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to later on move the U.S. decision and to agree on a mechanism of collective action to reduce its adverse impact effects and contain its consequences,” the statement said….Read The Full Article Here
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