Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged the Israeli government “as a friend” not to announce the West Bank’s annexation in July, as this would not help improve the security or stability of the area.
The United Kingdom “will always stand with Israel and have the right to live the way every nation should do in peace and security,” said Johnson, who has questioned plans that consider the United States to be the most important international Have supporters.
“Unfortunately, I followed the proposals to annex Palestinian territory. As a lifelong friend, admirer and supporter of Israel, I fear that these proposals will miss their goal of securing Israel’s borders and violating long-term interests,” he says. the British “Premier” published in an article in the newspaper “Yediot Ahronot”.
The annexation would, in his opinion, “jeopardize the progress made by Israel in improving relations with the Arab and Muslim world”, while “violating international law”, a thesis in which the latter is in line with the United Nations. United.