Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Thursday morning to fulfill his promise to establish new Jewish settlement in occupied West Bank.
Times of Israel said that the Israeli cabinet is scheduled to vote on authorising the new community on Thursday evening.
“I promised from the beginning that we would build a new settlement,” Netanyahu told reporters during a joint press conference with visiting Slovak President Andre Kiska in his Office in Jerusalem.
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“I think I first made that commitment in December, and today we are fulfilling it,” he stressed. “In another few hours, you will know all the details,” he added.
The move is a slap on the face of US President Donald Trump, who asked Netanyahu to hold off on constructing new Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Israeli Channel 2 reported Netanyahu is seeking his ministers’ approval for the new settlement, despite not having an agreement with Trump, because he is under considerable pressure from them to honour his obligation to build a new settlement.