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The president of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas has said that Israel's annexation plan of Westpac violates the commitments that Israel had made under the Oslo Accords. Israel's annexation plan offers back. These integration plans of Israel has been criticized by several countries around the world, including European countries. And in this context, the president of the Palestinian Authority has said that Israel would be violating the commitments made under the Oslo Accords. See the Oslo Accords represents a peace treaty about the conflict between Israel and Palestine. The first Oslo accord was signed in 1993. And the second accord was signed in 1995, these treaties have been signed between the government of Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization, with the mediation of the United States, and a few other Western countries, such as Norway. Peace Accords provided for the establishment of the Palestinian Authority. To introduce self-governance in Palestinian areas, such as the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. These reports, basically take a step towards the fulfillment of the two-state solution that was adopted by the United Nations in 1947, to resolve the Israel, Palestine conflict. Under the two-state solution, the UN and the global community had envisioned the Jewish state of Israel and the Muslim state of Palestine, living side by side on peaceful terms. But Israel broke the commitments made under the two-state solution. And it declared unilateral independence. Over the years through various conflicts, Israel has increased its territorial control, even over Palestinian areas, and it has taken several courses of steps to prevent Palestine from becoming an independent state. This aggressive strategy of Israel, which seems to be in violation of international law has usually been supported by the United States, but other countries, such as African states, European powers, and even India. They have again criticized Israel's policies, which violates international law and extra support to the fulfillment of the two-state solution. So the Oslo Accords was a step in this direction, and it provided for the establishment of the Palestinian Authority, which provided a certain degree of autonomy to the policy authority to administer and govern the Palestinian areas in West Bank and Gaza Strip. These reports were basically trying to determine the borders of Israel, Palestine, the status of West Bank, Gaza Strip Jerusalem, and the status of Jewish settlements that have come up inside the West Bank. To settle the status of these settlements that are located inside the West Bank, the Oslo Accords proposed to divide the West Bank into three areas. We have Area A, Area B, and Areas C. Area A refers to Palestinian territories, and it has been placed under the direct control of the Palestinian Authority. Whereas Area B is jointly administered by the Palestinian Authority at the Government of Israel. Whereas Area C refers to Jewish settlements located inside this back, and it is entirely controlled and administered by the Government of Israel. But under the Oslo Accords, the status of the Jordan Valley and other illegal settlements was yet to be determined. And now, in violation of these commitments, Israel has come up with an annexation plan to annex to Jordan Valley and other illegal Jewish settlements that are presented Cyprus. This proposed annexation plan of Israel has been supported by the Trump administration, but it has been criticized by other European powers. Because of Israel goes ahead with these annexation plans. It violates the commitments that Israel had made under the Oslo Accords. So the President of the Palestinian Authority. Mahmoud Abbas has raised the seed concerns, and he has said that Israel would be violating the commitments made under the Oslo Accords. He has also said that since Israel is so blatantly violating the commitments. Even the Palestinian Authority is no longer bound by these commitments, and it has threatened to quit all the previous agreements that the Palestinian Authority has signed with Israel and the United States.

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