Palestine’s Prime Minister, Mohammad Shtayyeh, met Germany’s Minister of State at the Federal Foreign Office Tobias Lindner in Ramallah on Thursday, Anadolu News Agency reports.
Shtayyeh encouraged Germany to perceive the State of Palestine in accordance with Berlin’s “faith in the choice of the two-state arrangement and the significance of safeguarding it,” as per an assertion by the Premier’s office.
He cautioned that Israel’s settlement extension will “obliterate any possibility of laying out a reasonable and geologically touching Palestinian State based on the 1967 boundaries with East Jerusalem as its capital.”
Alluding to the new destruction of homes in the involved West Bank by Israeli powers, Shtayyeh blamed Israel for refuting “all types of help given by the worldwide local area to Palestine,” the assertion said.
He called for global mediation to compel Israel to keep arrangements endorsed with Palestinians.
Linder repeated Germany’s obligation to “the two-state arrangement and its help for accomplishing harmony and dependability in the area,” the assertion added.