West Bank, ALRAY - US envoy to Mideast Jason Greenblatt announced Sunday that US may postpone revealing the Deal of the Century until forming the new Israeli government next November.
Greenblatt statement delivered in the annual conference of the Israeli news paper of Jerusalem Post in New York.
Greenblatt said that US administration was to reveal the plan of the Deal of the Century this summer, unless Israel did not carry out a snap election in September.
He noted that the decision of postpone is not taken yet, but it will be definite following Bahrain conference.
In response to a question about the meeting of Washington's ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, with the New York Times, in which he said that Tel Aviv has the right to annex some parts of the occupied West Bank, Greenblatt said: " I support his comment"
Peace negotiations in the Mideast is suspended after Palestinians cut communications with Trump administration in protest against recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The Deal of the Century is a proposal intended to resolve the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. It seeks to force Palestinians to make concessions, including the status of the city of Jerusalem, in preparation for the establishment of a regional alliance involving Arab countries and "Israel", to counter those who reject the policies of Washington and Tel Aviv.
Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiation has been suspended since Abril 2014, after nine months of talks that brokered by US and European countries, without realizing any achievements. Israel refused to stop settlement projects , refused to accept 1967 borders as a basis for negotiations, and to release veterans Palestinian detainees in its jails.