US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said that Washington's vision for the day after the war in… Gaza strip It includes regional normalization and security for Israel and a state for the Palestinians.
Sullivan added – in a speech on the sidelines World Economic Forum in Davos– Israel must respect international laws during its military campaign in Gaza.
Sullivan stressed that the United States will continue to work with the rest of the countries to release the prisoners and ensure that the Palestinians have access to the water, food, medicine, and safety they need and deserve.
The US National Security Advisor indicated that the United States seeks to “reduce escalation” in the Middle East, despite its strikes on… The Houthis In Yemen.
He believed that the course of the conflict with the Houthis depends on “those who enjoy influence in Tehran and in other capitals in the Middle East.”
Sullivan explained that the United States sees a “way” to prevent the expansion of the war in the Gaza Strip regionally.
He continued, “We are working hard with our partners in various countries in the region to try to find a path to stop the expansion of the conflict, but in the meantime we must be careful not to be on the path to further escalation.”
In this context, Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Ede said on Tuesday – in an interview with him at the World Economic Forum in Davos – that a number of European and Arab countries and the United States are working on developing a vision for forming a unified Palestinian government that can attract funds for reconstruction in the Gaza Strip.
He continued that Norway believes that the Palestinian territories should be administered by the Palestinian Authority, and the authority that governs the Palestinian territories must be what the Palestinians want.
He pointed out that working on a two-state solution has become urgent with the spread of the conflict in the region, but only the United States and the Israeli people are able to influence Israel’s position, as he put it.