The head of the Palestinian national authority, Mahmoud Abbas, has agreed to temporarily waive the requirement for a full construction freeze in Judea and Samaria, according to the website Bloomberg, citing an anonymous high-ranking source close to one of the Arab leaders.
Syed Mustafa, one of the closest economic advisers to Abbas in the past Deputy Prime Minister of the Palestinian authority, confirmed this information, adding that the Palestinian leader is also ready to freeze the campaign to bring Israel to responsibility for war crimes and terminate all the process of pressure on members of the UN to conduct a new anti-Israel resolutions.
According to Mustafa, these decisions Mahmoud Abbas dictated by the growing unemployment in the autonomy, as well as failures in the international arena. Adviser to Abbas added that after the US President made the decision to postpone the transfer of the Embassy from tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a positive dynamics, which can facilitate the resumption of negotiations.
Still the demand for a full construction freeze in Judea and Samaria was the main condition of the leaders of the Palestinian authority ahead of a possible resumption of negotiations with Israel. The same from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded the former President Barack Obama