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Trudeau pushes back after Netanyahu again rejects two-state solution

BY The Connect News, Jan 19, 2024 6:48 PM - REPORT AN ERROR

Reacting to this, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that he was not surprised to hear Netanyahu's comment. This has been their favor for a long time.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Israel's P. M. Benjamin Netanyahu has criticized the rejection of the possibility of two states.

Netanyahu said in a nationally televised news conference on Thursday that there is no longer any meaning for Israel and Palestine to be two separate states, he said that this issue has now ended.

Reacting to this, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that he was not surprised to hear Netanyahu's comment. This has been their favor for a long time.

Trudeau said that Canada's position in this matter is very clear, we support the Palestinian and Israeli two states with internationally recognized borders for peace in the region.

The US is also in favor of two states, which has given unconditional support to Israel since the October 7 attack by Hamas. President Biden said that America and Israel are working together to become two states, but Netanyahu's latest comment is disappointing to Biden.

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