Haaretz: The meeting between Mahmoud Abbas and Blinken failed

Today (Wednesday), the Hebrew newspaper Haaretz wrote that the results of yesterday’s meeting between the President of the Palestinian Authority and the US Secretary of State ended without any significant results for the Palestinians and without any hope or content.

According to the informants, this newspaper wrote, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken avoided talking and even announced the reopening of the US consulate in East Jerusalem or even the reopening of the PLO office in Washington.

Haaretz newspaper wrote that Mahmoud Abbas hoped that Blinken would take an important political step, but he only talked about financial aid for self-government organizations and civil aid, and raising the level of the mobile antenna network for the Palestinians, and he considered these measures to be confidence-building steps, but he did not take any steps, nor did he It presents an effective and strategic importance as expected from a country like America.

This newspaper wrote that Abbas heard from Blinken that he did not agree with the decision to stop security coordination and the decision to continue trying to join international organizations, but the President of the Palestinian Authority stated that restraint in these matters is not possible.

Haaretz wrote that any political prospects are practically closed under Netanyahu’s hardline government, and that talk is only about preventing a further escalation of tension.

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