British foreign secretary "concerned" about planned U.S. recognition of al-Quds

British foreign secretary
Wed Dec 6, 2017 12:22:37

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that he was concerned about reports that U.S. President Donald Trump's would recognise al-Quds as Israel's capital.

(reuters) -- "Lets wait and see what the president says exactly. But, you know, we view the reports that we have heard with concern because we think that "Jerusalem" [al-Quds] obviously should be part of the final settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians," he told reporters in Brussels.

Senior U.S. officials said on Tuesday that Trump will recognise al-Quds as Israel's capital on Wednesday and set in motion the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to the city.

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