The Vatican is concerned about the possible actions of Israel in Palestine
The Holy see is concerned about "possible unilateral acts that could jeopardize the search for peace between Israelis and Palestinians", as well as further complicate the situation in the middle East.
As reported in the evening on Wednesday the press service of the Holy see, the Vatican's Secretary of state cardinal Pietro Parolin specifically met with the ambassadors of the United States and Israel to Express that concern.
The Vatican press service recalled in this connection that the Holy see in November 2019 and may 2020, pointed out that "the state of Israel and state of Palestine have the right to exist and live in peace and security within the borders recognized at the international level". The Holy see urged the parties to resume direct negotiations based on UN resolutions.
In late may, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the date of annexation of the territories of the West Bank of the Jordan river under the "deal of the century," the US President Donald trump. According to Netanyahu, the application of Israeli sovereignty in the Jewish settlements of the West Bank of the Jordan river will occur July 1 of the intent to change the date there. Later, the Minister of water resources and higher education ze'ev Elkin said in an interview with the local press that the date of annexation may be moved for several days or weeks.
Israeli authorities have begun to take concrete steps towards annexation. Interchangeable Prime Minister and the Israeli defense Minister benny Gantz has instructed the chief of staff to accelerate the preparation of the army.
The Palestinians in the framework of the peace process with Israel, which is currently suspended, require that future border between two sovereign States was passed on the lines that existed before the six day war in 1967, with a possible exchange of territories. They hope to create their own state on the West Bank of the Jordan river and the Gaza strip, and East Jerusalem want to make it the capital. Israel refuses to return to 1967 borders, and even more to share with Arab Jerusalem, which has already announced its eternal and indivisible capital.