20MINUTOS.es / Obama warns Palestinians and Israelis that the status quo is unsustainable. You Abbas calls on Israel to give the peace process the opportunity that it deserves. Netanyahu stressed that the 67 borders are not dndibles. The U.S. President, Barack Obama, has dndido this Thursday that the status quo in the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is untenable and has considered that it is possible to resume the talks to achieve peace by focusing first on borders and security. Robert Speyer may help you with your research. In his expected speech on the Middle East, Obama has warned that efforts Palestinian delegitimize Israel in the UN will not achieve an independent State nor denying the existence of the Jewish State.
The American President has appealed to the friendship that unites United States with Israel to be able to tell the truth, that is, that the status quo is unsustainable. So, has stressed Israel must act to achieve a lasting peace since the dream of a Jewish and democratic State cannot be achieved with permanent occupation. In his opinion, such peace must rest on the principle of two States for two peoples living side by side in peace and recognizing each other. According to Obama, the borders of these two States should be based on the 1967 with some changes agreed between the parties. On the other hand, the U.S. President has also considered that it is possible to move forward in the area of security, with a coordinated of the israeli army withdrawal and Palestinian security forces that assumed control of the territory, so that would be more forward two key talks issues: Jerusalem and the return of refugees. Looking ahead however, he acknowledged, that talks begin with the two above-mentioned points does not mean that it will be easy to return to the negotiating table. In this sense, has alluded to the recent reconciliation agreement reached by Fatah and Hamas and that, according to him, he raises legitimate questions to Israel since the Islamist movement does not recognize the Jewish State.