Palestinian President, Jordanian King to Meet Wednesday

Ramallah, MINA – Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is set to meet with King Abdullah II of Jordan in Amman on Wednesday as part of the ongoing consultation and coordination between the Palestinian and Jordanian leadership, Secretary General of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Dr. Saeb Erekat said on Monday.

In an interview with Voice of Palestine Rapdio, Erekat warned of talk about a truce and so-called humanitarian project in the Gaza Strip.

He explained that this discussion is only a prelude to implement the United States-sponsored “deal of the century” as was clear in a message 70 members of the US Congress have presented on July 30 regarding considering the Gaza Strip as a channel for the implementation of the deal through a series of humanitarian projects, the first of which is the truce agreement, UNA reported.

The PLO official said the US-Israeli deal of the century plot calls for perpetuating the separation of the West Bank from the Gaza Strip, the establishment of an isolated and besieged state in the Gaza Strip through removing two million Palestinians from the geographic map as well as isolating the West Bank and Jerusalem to end the Palestinian national project and the two-state solution.

Erekat said Hamas is now required to declare its acceptance of an end to the division and to return to the Palestinian national fold to bring down the deal of the century. He pointed out that the division is the crack through which the US president is trying to go through to implement his plans to liquidate the Palestinian cause.(R/R04/RS5)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA) 

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