U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken ended his two-day visit to the Middle East, won diplomatic support, and received hundreds of millions of dollars in pledges from Arab countries because he worked hard to support the ceasefire, which ended. After an 11-day conflict between Israel, Hamas is the Palestinian organization that rules the Gaza Strip.
However, the mission has made little progress in resolving deeper issues at the core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including the tensions in occupied East Jerusalem that played a key role in triggering the recent violence.
After two days of talks with officials from Egypt, Jordan, Israel, and Palestine, Brinken admitted that there is still a long way to go to resume peace talks.
In the meantime, he said that he has made progress in achieving the ceasefire and the more modest goals of the ceasefire. Rebuild GazaAs Israel bombed the territory from the air, land and sea for 11 days, the island was extensively damaged.
When Brinken met King Abdullah II in the Jordanian capital of Amman on Wednesday, he said: “We see the ceasefire, not the end, but the beginning.”
Previously, he had talks with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Egypt. Egypt has a long-standing relationship with both sides in the conflict and played a key role in the conflict. Promote a ceasefire After 11 days of violent conflict, they coordinated with the United States.
“In Egypt, we have a truly effective partner to deal with the violence and bring it to an end relatively quickly.” With El Sisi, Minister of Foreign Affairs Sami Shukri and Director of Intelligence Abbas Carmel After the meeting, Brinken said in Cairo.
He said that the United States and Egypt are now “cooperating closely to build something positive.”
Brinken said that Egypt is vital to the realization of the common aspiration of Palestinians and Israelis to “enjoy equal freedom, opportunity and dignity in safety and security.”
State media said that King Abdullah told Brinken in Jordan on Wednesday that he welcomed the US government’s move to restart the US consulate in Jerusalem.
However, Brinken said that this move will take some time, he announced on Tuesday.
The Jerusalem consulate was actually the embassy of the Palestinians until former President Donald Trump closed it in 2019.
Bolinken was also cited as the monarch of Jordan, whose Hashemite dynasty served as the guardian of the Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem and played an important role in bringing the deal to an end.
He also said that aid has begun to reach the Gaza Strip as part of helping to rebuild the disaster area in the enclave.
Blink arrived in Egypt after stopping in Jerusalem and Ramallah on Tuesday, when he promised that the United States would provide new aid to help rebuild the Gaza Strip, including US$5.5 million in disaster relief funds and nearly US$33 million in the United Nations Palestine Aid Agency, where he passed Hundreds of destructive Israeli air strikes.
Speaking in Amman, he said that Washington intends to ensure that Hamas, which Washington has classified as a “terrorist organization,” does not benefit from humanitarian assistance.
He said: “In the next few days, I will conduct extensive consultations with Gulf countries and other partners to ensure that all of us contribute to recovery, stabilization and easing tensions.”
A senior US State Department official said earlier that Egypt, which has a border with Gaza and safe links with Hamas, is likely to play a role in providing assistance.
At the same time, Qatar also announced on Wednesday Will provide $500 million Reconstruction of Gaza.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said in a tweet on Wednesday: “Qatar has announced that it will provide $500 million to support the reconstruction of Gaza.”
“We will continue to support our brothers in Palestine to reach a just and lasting solution through the establishment of an independent state.”
In Gaza, Hamas leader Yehiye Sinwar told reporters on Wednesday that the organization welcomes reconstruction assistance as long as it does not come from Israel and has no objection to international supervision.
He said: “I emphasize our commitment in Hamas that we will not spend a penny on reconstruction or humanitarian issues.”
Sinwar, who has close ties to the armed forces of the organization, said that Hamas has received sufficient military assistance from external resources led by Iran.
He said: “When I said that we did not accept money for aid, it was because we had sufficient funds to carry out activities.”
He also criticized Blinken for trying to strengthen the Palestinian Authority at the expense of Hamas. Sinwar said: “They are working hard to fuel the fire of division in Palestine.”
Brinken said on Tuesday that the United States is trying to strengthen the opposing government of President Abbas. President Abbas’s Palestinian Authority now administers the Israeli-occupied West Bank autonomous region. Abbas has been largely affected by recent events, is unpopular at home, and has little impact in Gaza.
On May 10, Israeli security forces raided the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and injured hundreds of Palestinians. On May 10, the worst exchange of fire between Israel and Palestinian Palestinian armed groups in the area began in years.
During the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, tensions in East Jerusalem continued to rise for several weeks due to Israel’s policing of the area Forced eviction Palestinian families make way for Jewish settlers.
According to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, during the 11 days of fighting, Israeli airstrikes and artillery on Gaza killed 254 Palestinians, including 66 children, and injured more than 1,900.
Military doctors said rockets from Gaza and other fires killed 12 people in Israel, including two children. About 357 people were injured in Israel.
As tensions in Jerusalem remain high and the fate of Palestinian families has not yet been resolved, the truce remains weak.
Wednesday, the Israeli court Postpone the decision Appeals filed when Palestinian families are facing forced displacement from their homes in the Silwan area of East Jerusalem.
When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech after meeting with Blinken on Tuesday, he barely mentioned the Palestinians and warned that if Hamas said it had reached an agreement with the West Bank. The suspension of the ceasefire with the support of economic development will make a “very powerful” response.
Brinken said that at the end of the trip, the restoration of the Gaza Strip will have the cooperation of all major players.
He said: “In fact, all parties have a responsibility to avoid taking steps that might reignite this cycle of violence.”