The Palestinian leader accused Israel of torpedoing the Oslo accords
GAZA, January 14 — RIA Novosti. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel that its settlement policy “completed the” peace Oslo accords, who 25 years ago launched the middle East peace process.
He speaks at the emergency meeting of the Central Council of the Palestine liberation Organization, which discusses the consequences of the December trump statements about recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
“It is Israel completed the Oslo accords of their settlements in the West Bank and Jerusalem,” said Abbas, whose performance in the live broadcast of Palestinian TV.
The agreement became the basis for the establishment of Palestinian self-government on the part of the territories occupied by Israel in 1967, and suggest a solution through direct negotiations between the conflicting parties to a final settlement based on the formula “two States for two peoples.”
Abbas refrained from direct threats to the dissolution of the Palestinian national authority, but made clear it would not agree to continue to operate “without real powers.”