Netanyahu threatens to divide Moscow with parts of the Arab world over Israeli PM announcing that he intends to capture Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley.
The statement issued by the Foreign Ministry stated: "Moscow rejects Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's declaration that he includes the sovereignty of Israel in the Jordan Valley." The hope of unlimited peace between the Arab neighbors. "
The statement stated that Russia's continued need for a "comprehensive solution to the Palestinian-Israeli wars" on the principles of the two states in the two countries and on the borders of 1967.
"The only way to resolve all issues is based on direct international law between Israel and Palestine, including the UN Security Council resolutions, the Madrid Principles and the Arab Peace Initiative." The ministry said.
The Israeli prime minister announced in a press conference on Tuesday that he would fulfill Israel's sovereignty over the Jordan Valley, the North Dead Sea and the post-election settlement. His record sparked a wave of angry reactions from Palestinian authorities and Arab state leaders.