Dating and marriage in the middle east
The four-member team is reportedly also consulting with State Department officials along with US Consul General in Jerusalem Donald Blome.The Times report suggested that all sides might need to agree to confidence-building measures to get the process moving.Arab states, particularly Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan, could add their own commitments, like overflights by Israeli passenger planes, visas for business people and telecommunications links.” But a White House official quoted in the report dismissed such specifics as “mere speculation.” The Trump administration has made clinching an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal a priority, while stressing negotiations would take time and refraining from strong criticism of Israeli settlement activity.
“For the Palestinians,” it went on, this “could include resuming full security cooperation with Israel, holding off seeking further international recognition and ending payments to families of Palestinians imprisoned for terrorist attacks.
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