UAE warns Israel, says – Do not think of occupying the West Bank and Jordan Valley
Israel UAE Tension: US-appointed United Arab Emirates (UAE) ambassador to the United Arab Emirates warns Israel against Israeli occupation of West Bank and Jordan Valley Warned that this step would harm Israel’s efforts to improve relations with Arab countries.
- United Arab Emirates ambassador warns Israel, “Don’t think of occupying West Bank and Jordan Valley”
- Ambassador said – this will affect Israel’s peace plan, will provoke widespread violence
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to integrate the Jordan Valley into his territory
United Arab Emirates (UAE) has warned Israel not to think about occupying the West Bank and the Jordan Valley. This proposed Israeli plan will incite violence and promote extremism. Israel is expected to begin the process from July 1. The Israeli government has said that the Jordan Valley is an important area for the country’s security.
UAE ambassador warns
US-appointed United Arab Emirates (UAE) ambassador warns Israel against the annexation of the Jordan Valley and other parts of the West Bank on Friday, saying the move would improve relations with Arab countries Will harm Israel’s efforts. Meanwhile, a former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that we can protect our border without the Jordan Valley and anyone who is saying that it is necessary for security is lying to the people.
Ambassador supported Trump’s West Asia plan
UAE Ambassador Yusuf Al Otaiba is among the three Arab ambassadors who attended the event of US President Donald Trump presenting the West Asia Plan in January. The plan allows Israel to annex around 30 percent of the West Bank to its territory. However, it was quickly rejected by the Palestinians.
The ambassador said – this will provoke violence
It is noteworthy that the West Bank is a landlocked area located near the Mediterranean coast of West Asia. In an editorial published in Israel’s Yediot Aharonot newspaper, Al Otaiba warned that Israel’s proposed plan to annex the Jordan Valley and other areas into its territory would provoke violence and promote extremism. It is understood that this process can begin on July 1.
Claim – Israel will be harmed
Otaiba wrote that it would shake up the entire region, particularly Jordan, whose stability benefits the entire region, and especially Israel. He said that it would certainly immediately shatter Israel’s aspirations to improve security, economy, and cultural ties with the Arab world and the UAE.
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Netanyahu has pledged to annex the Jordan Valley
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to annex the Jordan Valley in his territory, which is about a quarter of the West Bank. At the same time, Arab countries welcomed the efforts of the Trump administration, but rejected the plan and supported the doctrine of two-nation on the lines of 1967.