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Morocco’s Prime Minister and Hamas political chief discuss the US «peace plan» in a phone call

Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh. / DR
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Moroccan Prime Minister Saadeddine El Othmani and Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh discussed in a phone call, Monday, the new «peace plan», released by the Trump administration to put an end to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

El Othmani said on his Twitter account, Monday, that Haniyeh reiterated Palestine’s rejection of the so-called «Deal of the century», hailing the efforts of King Mohammed VI.

On the phone with El Othmani, the Hamas leader stressed the need of having the support of Arabs and the importance of having a united position against said plan, the Palestinian movement wrote on its official website.

The US «peace plan» was unveiled, last Tuesday, at the White House in a meeting attended by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. President Donald Trump described the new plan as a «win-win solution» to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Reacting to the plan, Morocco said that it appreciates the constructive peace efforts by the current US administration to reach a just, lasting, and equitable solution to the Middle East issue. Rabat promised to examine the details of the «Deal of the Century» and reiterated its position on Al-Quds.

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