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Jason Greenblatt dealt with the Israeli-Palestinian settlement.
The special representative of the United States in international negotiations Jason Greenblatt announced on Thursday, September 5 that he was resigning. The chief architect of the current American administration on the Israeli-Palestinian settlement and lead counsel part of the team of Donald trump, “will continue to work in the private sector”, said on Twitter by trump, according to dw.com.
After almost 3 years in my Administration, Jason Greenblatt will be leaving to pursue work in the private sector. Jason has been a loyal and great friend and fantastic lawyer….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 5, 2019
According to Greenblatt, his plan, which is not yet released officially, but has been criticized by the Palestinians, must become a kind of “vision for peace”.
The White house already has called the plan of the legal counsel “of the chance that appears once in a century”.
A week ago, Greenblatt, who has worked in the administration of the trump three years, said that this initiative will not be announced until the parliamentary elections in Israel on 17 September.
After them will become clear whether to stay in power Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, acting as one of the main allies of Washington in the middle East.
The plan may not disclose before the presidential elections in the United States
Meanwhile, Ilan Goldenberg, a negotiator for the Middle East, part of the team of the former President of the USA Barack Obama, has already expressed the opinion that the project will be released no earlier than November 2020, when the United States presidential election.
In late July, the Jerusalem consultation was called for Sam Greenblatt, Advisor to the President of the United States Jared Kushner, as well as the special envoy of Washington’s relations with Iran Brian hook and American Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.
Before a visit to Israel, Kouchner discussed in Amman the American peace plan for the Middle East with Jordan’s king Abdullah II. Earlier, king Abdullah II spoke in favor of creating a separate Palestinian state with its capital in East Jerusalem.