Theresa May, English Prime Minister Breaks From The John F. Kerry Condemnation Of Israel Settlement

Theresa May, British Prime minister condemned a blunt speech of John F. Kerry, U.S Secretary of State on the state of Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Theresa May is British prime minister since July 2016 ex-home secretary of U. K condemns the speech of John F. Kerry on the Palestine and Israel conflict which is an unusual move which can affect Britain’s relations with U.S when Trump administration is taking control of U.S.

This transatlantic split was unexpected given that Theresa May government acted as key broker between United states and Palestinian, British Diplomats worked in shaping of the language that was acceptable to the united states, Britain’s Guardian and Haaretz’s of Israel newspapers reported this week.

Kerry offered a harsh assessment of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu,67 four times elected president of Israel that “his current coalition is the most right-wing in Israeli history, with an agenda driven by its most extreme elements.”

May’s office stated that “we do not believe that it is right to attack the composition of the democratic government of an ally.” It said in an emailed statement late Thursday that “we are also clear that the settlements are too far from the only problem in this dispute.

In particular, the Israeli people deserve to live free from the danger of terrorism, with which they have had to cope for too long.” This is unusual for the British prime minister to criticise the U.S secretary State John F. Kerry but this may be due to her police to remain distant from Obama administration which is going to change on 20 January.

This Criticism is on John F. Kerry speech condemning the Israeli Settlement in the west bank. According to the sources, this condemnation from U.K prime Minister may affect the relationship between Britain and United State of America.




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