Sunday, 31 January, the Director General of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Israel Dori gold said, speaking at the ambassadors ‘ conference held in Jerusalem that «when any configuration of a future agreement in Syria, Israel will not retreat from the Golan heights». According to gold, «Israel does not intend to intervene in Syria, but looking at the events from the idea of the international community to return Syria to the status of a single state seems unrealistic, since in practice there is cantonisation».
Touching on the theme of conflict with the Palestinian authority, Dori gold said that «Israel will not return to the borders of 1967 years, it’s just not worth the wait». Dori gold added that «Abu Mazen has chosen a strategy of unilateral moves».
Director General of the Foreign Ministry stressed that «Abu Mazen rejected the framework agreement option which was generated by U.S. Secretary of state John Kerry in 2014».
Director General of the Foreign Ministry added that «in the current circumstances, the stability in the region due not only to the balance of threats, but also the balance of interests». Gold added that «Israel has common interests with a number of moderate Arab countries, and you can come to agreements and to be agreed with these countries code of conduct».