sounds like the Israeli Foreign Minister. He obviously doesn't know that any EU draft is watered down, no matter what it's about, before it's agreed and signed by all the Member States. That's the name of the game. It certainly does not prove the failure of the Swedish Presidency, quite the contrary. The Foreign Ministry seems to have forgotten what the final document actually did say. Look again, Lieberman Ministry for Delusions and Trite Arguments. "a way should be found to make it the capital of two nations, Israel and a future Palestinian state". Get it? You won't find a way, that's for sure. But a way will be found, that's for certain.
Iran's Parliament speaker says he supports nuclear deal (AP)
from the article: Sweden to Israel: Don't divide EU over Jerusalem stance