Japanese Foreign Minister to meet with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, Announces $ 40 million relief package for Palestinians

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Palestinian President Mahmood Abbas

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Palestinian President Mahmood Abbas

Jerusalem … News Time

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono visited Jerusalem and the West Coast to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders. Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono is the first member of any major industrialized country cabinets who has visited here after President Trump’s announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. The Palestinian President met Mahmood Abbas on the West Bank and said that Japan wants to resolve Jerusalem’s final situation such as negotiations between Israel and Palestinians. Japan’s Foreign Minister Taro Kono announced a $ 4 million relief package for the Palestinians so that they could become more economically economical. Taro Kono is on the Middle East tour these days, he announced, on Tuesday in an industrial park set up in the western part of the West Bank. This park is specially built with Japan’s support for agricultural food processing. Taro Kono told authorities that ongoing projects in the Palestinian territories are the first priority to the diplomatic embassy of Japan. Kano said that peace in the region is difficult, but Japan will play every possible role in peace process as a friend of the Palestinian people. The assistance provided will be done only for people on a technical training center and construction of some other installations in the industrial park.


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