Trump unveils Middle East peace planJanuary 29, 2020 00:08
United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday said Jerusalem "will remain Israel's undivided capital" as he unveiled his Middle East plan aimed at solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Unveiling his administration's Middle East peace plan alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House, Trump said Israel has taken a "giant step" towards peace.
He said that under his vision, Jerusalem "will remain Israel's undivided, very important capital."
"My vision presents a realistic two-state solution," he said and proposed a Palestinian capital in east Jerusalem.
Describing the plan as deal of the century, Trump said, "this could be the last opportunity they (Palestinians) will ever have."
"Palestinians deserve a far better life," Trump said. -- PTI
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