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In May 2020, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said it was up to Israel whether to annex parts of the West Bank and said that Washington would offer its views privately to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, drawing a warning from Palestinians who vowed not to "stand handcuffed" if Israel formally took their land.
"As for the annexation of the West Bank, the Israelis will ultimately make those decisions," Pompeo told reporters. "That’s an Israeli decision. And we will work closely with them to share with them our views of this in (a) private setting."
Netanyahu's new coalition agreement, signed in May 2020, says that while the new government will strive for peace and regional stability, plans to extend Israeli sovereignty to Jewish settlements in the West Bank - land the Palestinians seek for a state - could advance.
The move would mean a de-facto annexation of territory that Israel seized in a 1967 war and that is presently under Israeli military control. It would have to be greenlighted by the United States, after which Netanyahu would be permitted to advance the plans from July 1, the agreement says.
National Security Adviser O'Brien says the White House is 'committed to a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine,' after harsh criticism from Palestinians over Trump's Mideast proposal and Israel-UAE deal
Proposal to renew high-profile meetings, stopped due to political tensions over EU policy on settlements, was discussed during Israeli foreign minister's Germany visit, as Europeans hope to seize opportunity afforded by UAE deal
Rumors say Dahlan, adviser to UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, acted as middleman. He is also a favorite of the Israelis and the Americans, who are planning to crown him the next Palestinian leader
Opposition leader Netanyahu would have torn the prime minister to shreds for abandoning annexation in exchange for breakthrough deal with UAE. Now he is afraid of facing that same kind of criticism from his own base