JERUSALEM (AP) – The official Palestinian information company says President Donald Trump knowledgeable Palestinian chief Mahmoud Abbas of his plans to maneuver the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to contested Jerusalem.
The WAFA company says Trump knowledgeable Abbas of his choice in a telephone name Tuesday.
Abbas spokesman Nabil Abu Rdeneh says Abbas warned Trump of the risks of such a choice to Mideast peace efforts in addition to safety and stability within the area and the world.
The assertion didn’t say if Trump informed Abbas when he plans to maneuver the embassy.
The Palestinians search east Jerusalem because the capital of a future state, and have warned they might halt contacts with Washington if Trump makes unilateral selections concerning the standing of the town.
Jerusalem, house to key Muslim, Christian and Jewish shrines, is the flamable centerpiece of the Arab-Israeli battle.