In her weekly video message, the German chancellor says she sees ‘no other possibility becoming reality to achieve a peace process.’
BERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel is stressing the need to work for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict after President Donald Trump signaled that he could accept a different outcome
Merkel’s comments in her weekly video message Saturday came ahead of a March 2 visit to regional power Egypt, where she said she will discuss the matter with President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
Trump said earlier this month he could accept a two-state solution or a single-state arrangement if it is agreed upon by all sides. His UN ambassador then insisted the US absolutely supports a two-state solution.
Merkel said, “I think we must continue on the way to a two-state solution. I see no other possibility becoming reality to achieve a peace process.”