Friday, May 20, 2011

Obama supports the creation of a Palestinian state based on borders of 67

Barcelona (Editorial / Agencies) .- The U.S. president, Barack Obama, said today in his speech on the Middle East that "the borders of Israel and Palestine must be based on the 1967 lines" with "mutually agreeable exchanges, as as providing support to the demands of the Palestinians on their future state.

In his speech on the movement of civil unrest in the region, delivered at the State Department, Obama said: "The U.S. believes that negotiations should result in two states, Palestinian permanent borders with Israel, Jordan and Egypt, Israeli permanent borders Palestine. " "The borders of Israel and Palestine must be based on the 1967 lines agreed to exchange each other, thus establishing recognized and secure borders for both states," said the president.

"The Palestinian people should have the right to govern themselves and fulfill their potential, in a sovereign, contiguous," said U.S. President who said that resolving the conflict between the two peoples "is more urgent than ever" at times the entire region seeks political change. The U.S.

president warned the Palestinians against "efforts to delegitimize Israel," which "will end in failure" and specifically referred to the vote scheduled for September at the UN to approve a Palestinian state. "The symbolic acts to isolate Israel in the UN in September will not create an independent state," said Obama, who also urged Israel on its part to "act boldly to achieve a lasting peace." "The dream of a Jewish and democratic state can not be achieved through a permanent occupation," said the U.S.

president, who said negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians must begin with the issues of territory and security. The U.S. president also spoke in depth on new prospects in the Arab world after the riots and has secured the support of your country to countries that decide to promote reforms.

"The events of the past six months show that enforcement strategies do not work" and change "can not refuse." "We have the opportunity to show that EE. UU. Appreciates more the dignity of a seller of Tunisia that the strength of a dictator," said Obama. President Barack Obama has been offering new aid to promote democratic change after the popular revolts in the Middle East.

"U.S. policy. UU. In the Middle East will promote reform and support transitions to democracy" announced. The President wanted to show their support for democratic reforms in Arab countries after the death of the leader of the terrorist network Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden. Obama has stated that "by the moral force of nonviolence things have gotten in recent months that terrorists in years." In his speech, Obama made reference to the violent repression in Syria, where he urged President Bashar al-Assad to "lead change" or leave office.

Another warning was for "oldest ally", the system of Bahrain, who was encouraged to begin a dialogue with the opposition and warned that his way of maintaining the "rule of law" is incorrect.

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