"Right now, I would say the Palestinians are not looking to make peace, they are not looking to make peace".
He told WAFA that Abbas' visit to Russian Federation comes amid extremely complicated circumstances where the region is affected by major events and escalating developments as a result to the U.S. decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and transfer the embassy to it.
"We are going to see what goes on", Trump said in an interview published Sunday in the Sheldon Adelson-owned Israel Hayom newspaper, when asked when the U.S. will unveil its much anticipated peace plan.
The president was particularly cautious during the campaign not to promise to make peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, but rather simply emphasizing how "wonderful" it would be if he could be the one to make "the ultimate deal" by doing so. He added that the settlements "always have complicated making peace, so I think Israel has to be very careful with the settlements". "So we are just going to have to see what happens". In an address from the White House, Trump described his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the seat of Israel's government as merely based on reality. Afterward, however, he said several times that his decision had taken Jerusalem "off the table".
"Russia and Putin will have an important role in this matter, including launching an global peace conference and several important issues that require consultation with all relevant parties until we achieve the interest of the Palestinian people", said Khalidi.
"I don't know frankly if we are going to even have talks".
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Palestinians collect aid parcels at a United Nations food distribution center in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip, January 28, 2018.
"I think every Jew should welcome this decision by the president", Danon said.
Mr Trump repeated his view that the nuclear deal signed by the Obama administration with Iran was "catastrophic" and "terrible for so many sides, but especially for Israel" but would not...
When asked to name the most memorable event of his presidency, Trump was quoted as saying "I think Jerusalem was a very big point".
"I think it was a very important point", he said. "I think Bibi Netanyahu is a terrific person, a terrific leader, I think the relationships are good, but I think they will be a lot better if they ever get to making a peace deal".