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Moscow warns against ''new wave of tensions'' in the Middle East following Trump's recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă announced at the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference that her government had decided to move its embassy to Jerusalem.
A statement by President Donald Trump that the US should recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights is likely to stir tensions. Europe alongside Russia, Syria and Iran warned against any unilateral moves.
Two days after Katz’s comments, political journalist and commentator Artur Wróblewski said on a public radio station that “if there was no antisemitism, then perhaps Israel would invent it.”
If Netanyahu has one valid claim to remaining in office, it’s his Syria policy and the fact he was one of the first world leaders to recognize the threat of ISIS.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is on a trip to Gulf countries this week to bolster ties between Moscow and a variety of countries in the Middle East.
Netanyahu jokes he may head to Kabul in next term, after speculation he revealed secret trip during campaign speech.
Putin, Erdogan and Rouhani say US withdrawal from Syria is a positive step that would help stabilize the situation.
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