During the preparatory period, Israel will be able to build housing under approved settlement projects, but will not be able to expand their borders or approve new projects.
Details of the “deal of the century” by US President Donald Trump to resolve the conflict between Israel and Palestine were published by the Israeli newspaper Ynet.
Trump plans to announce that the preparatory period before the plan is implemented will last about four years. It is time for Palestine to agree to the “deal of the century”.
During the preparatory period, Israel will be able to build housing under approved settlement projects, but will not be able to expand their borders or approve new projects. Palestinian Authority. The status of about 30 percent of the territories has not yet been determined. However, the United States has made it clear to Jordan and the leadership of the Palestinian Authority that these territories will also become part of the future Palestinian state. In particular, it will occupy 70% of the territories of Judea and Samaria, and Israel will receive about 30%.
All Jewish settlements will remain in place, including 15 remote settlements that have no territorial link to the territories to be annexed by Israel. However, 60 outposts with some 3,000 settlers will be destroyed.
Under Trump’s plan, Jerusalem would remain the capital of the state of Israel, including the Old City and the Temple Mount. At the same time, the management of the holy sites will be carried out jointly by Israel and Palestine.
Recall that the administration of the United States President Donald Trump is ready to invest 50 billion dollars in the economy of the Palestinian National Authority after the end of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.