Israeli Opposition: It Is Impossible to Implement Two-state Solution

Head of the Israeli opposition Issac Herzog said yesterday that “currently, it impossible to go ahead in the implementation of the two-state solution,” Safa news agency reported.

While speaking in a conference for Local Governance in Haifa, Herzog said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas both “have their hands tied by extremist sides”.

Herzog suggested a plan of four terms; completion of the Separation Wall in the West bank, taking a decision regarding 28 Palestinian villages in East Jerusalem, taking some confidence-building measures in both economic and security fields and holding a regional conference to discuss security and strategic issues.


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