“The Arab peace initiative is no longer necessary,” said Kelly Craft, the US ambassador to the United Nations, on Monday, at a Security Council hearing on the status of peace in the Middle East.
Kraft said: “(US President Donald) Trump’s experience has led to peace, our vision is possible, and we have done a lot of work to present the peace plan and it is full of details.”
“The Arab initiative of 2002 is no longer needed. The deal of the century opened new horizons for the Palestinians,” she added.
Saudi Arabia affirmed its adherence to the peace initiative launched by King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz in 2002. Last September, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz expressed his support for the American efforts to bring peace to the Middle East, considering that the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative is the basis for a solution. Comprehensive and just “guarantees that the Palestinians have an independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Last week, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged Saudi Arabia to “normalize its relations” with Israel, but despite the Trump administration’s pressure on it for months, the Kingdom confirmed that it would not follow the UAE and Bahrain in their breach of the “Arab consensus” that stipulates normalization with Israel on the settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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