Dear Mr. Sevje, Let me explain to you the difference between bilateral vs unilateral actions within the context of a bilateral dispute. 1) Bilateral actions are those taken in the context of a framework agreed upon between two parties. 2) Unilateral actions are taken outside of an agreed framework, and in this case directly in opposition to the Oslo agreement. There is absolutely no way in which going to the UN which has 200 members has an impact on whether this is a unilateral decision. If Israel appeals to the EU for recognition of annexation of the West Bank, does the fact that the EU has 27 members make this action multilateral? I realize your country is a big supporter of Palestinians, but your attempt at redefining unilateralism is simply appalling. There are many good reasons to support the Palestinian desire to become a state, there is no reason to stoop so low as to try to redefine such basic concepts in international diplomacy. It is beneath you and beneath your country.
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