PM In Brussels Told EU Will Not Advance New Peace Initiative

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By Rina Bassist and Herb Keinon.. Huge gaps in view over Jerusalem on display during PM visit; Netanyahu says Europe countries will eventually move embassies to Jerusalem, Mogherini: ‘No they won’t’. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned from Brussels on Monday (December 11, 2017) with assurances that despite sharp European opposition to US President Donald Trump’s announcement about Jerusalem, the EU will not be initiating a peace proposal of its own, but will wait to see where the US proposals go. [Photo top right: PM Netanyahu and EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini on December 11, 2017 | Photo credit: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg].  EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, speaking at a news conference after Netanyahu met her and more than 20 EU foreign ministers earlier in the day, said that while some are talking about a European initiative or proposals, “we are not looking at multiplying initiatives.” These comments echoed what French President Emmanuel Macron said alongside Netanyahu on Sunday (December 10, 2017). Read the full story.



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