Saudi Arabia criticizes the change in US position on Israeli settlements

The Government of Saudi Arabia has criticized on Wednesday the change of political doctrine of the US Administration in relation to Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories, considering that these enclaves violate International Law and ballast the resolution of the conflict.

The Trump Executive resigned on Monday from the position that Washington had held for four decades to ensure that such settlements do not contravene International Law, contrary to the criteria of organizations such as the UN or the European Union, as well as the Palestinian authorities themselves .

The Saudi Foreign Ministry on Wednesday expressed its rejection of this political turn and insisted that Israeli enclaves are illegal. In addition, he has warned of the ballast that it can entail for hypothetical peace negotiations, according to a series of messages spread on the department’s Twitter account.

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