The European Union reiterated his willingness to make “unprecedented” deal in the fields of financial, political, economic and security support for Palestinians and Israelis when they reach a final peace agreement. The hints of the EU came in order to make pressure and to urge the Palestinians to make further concessions with regard to their legitimate national rights in exchange for a package of “unprecedented” bribes to be provided by the European Union, whose is known for its questionable loyalties and unlimited allegiance to support israeli interests and for the so-called “peace process” plan carried by US secretary of state John Kerry.
As a Palestinian, I assure the European Union that any Palestinian – Israeli agreement which dies not include at least a referendum about the returning right of the Palestinians will be a failure. It would be far better that the EU keeps the money of their taxpayers and the lofty promises of “unlimited support” and better use the money for the unlimited support for the masses of unemployed Europeans and to better the education in the EU countries, where an increasing number of Europeans live below the poverty line while their governments steal these tax moneys to provide political, economic and military briberies for the PA, which is at best an armed militia in Palestine and serves only the interests of the israel occupation regime by suppressing the will of the Palestinian people.
The EU said in a statement issued on Monday, Dec. 16 2013 that EU foreign ministers meeting in Brussels today have adopted Conclusions on the Middle East Peace process, stating that the EU will provide an unprecedented package of European political, economic and security support to both parties in the context of a final status agreement. In the event of a final peace agreement the European Union will offer Israel and the future state of Palestine a Special Privileged Partnership including increased access to the European markets, closer cultural and scientific links, facilitation of trade and investments as well as promotion of business to business relations. Enhanced political dialogue and security cooperation will also be offered to both states.
Current talks represent a unique opportunity which must be seized for both parties to implement a two-state solution. A one state reality would not be compatible with the legitimate sovereign and democratic aspirations of both parties.
The EU warns against actions that undermine the negotiations. In this regard, it deplores Israel’s continuous expansion of settlements, which are illegal under international law and constitute an obstacle to peace. The Council also expresses its grave concern regarding incitement, incidents of violence in the occupied territory, house demolitions and the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza. The EU expresses its serious concern about actions that undermine the status quo of the holy sites, including in Jerusalem. The European Union will continue to closely monitor the situation and its broader implications, and act accordingly.
The European Union reiterates that it is in its fundamental interest to see an end to the conflict, establish lasting peace and prosperity along its southern borders and simultaneously develop its political, economic and trade relations with both parties. The European Union stands firmly behind President Abbas and Prime Minister Netanyahu in their efforts to take bold and concrete steps towards a just and lasting solution to the conflict within the agreed time-frame.
The Conclusions reiterated the EU’s full support to the efforts of the parties and of the United States towards a just and lasting settlement for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and to a two- state solution fulfilling the legitimate aspirations of both parties
The Council warned against actions that undermine the negotiations and deplored Israel’s continuous expansion of settlements, which it described as “illegal under international law and constitute an obstacle to peace”. The Council also expressed its grave concern regarding incitement, incidents of violence in the occupied territory, house demolitions and the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza, and actions that undermine the status quo of the holy sites, including in Jerusalem.