Kushner on Middle East peace deals: ‘The people in the region are tired of war’
And the comments hours after the White House ceremony and dubbed Accords called Abraham marked the first time the White House signing of the peace in the Middle East for two decades.
“I think it was a very good breakthrough. That’s what happens in the Middle East and the deals are not so well received. That’s what helped Bahrain go quickly. I saw how well the deal received in the United States and in society Muslims of the world. The one in a country tired of war, “Kushner told CNN’s wolf Blitzer on” the situation has become. “
“There are tired of conflict. Do not you want to move forward, and let us see this in the years bridging the gap between the intellect and the countries where it is getting better than that he should march forward to. “
Saudi Arabia asked the prospect of strict concerning recognition of Israel Kushner pointed to Trump’s relationship with the country’s leadership touted as “a lot of changes” in the last three years.
“Very frankly, even when did we see the Palestinian leader set out our vision for peace do with it, and it was the first – and before I knew what was in it,” he said.
Trump has praised his role in causing Kushner for the deal, and Israel will bring the UAE to achieve the organization, which entails the establishment of a political and economic ties for the first time in both countries, historiasque away.
“We’re here to this day, over the course of history changes. After division decades of this conflict, and by dawn air, the new Middle East ‘at the Trump said Tuesday.” Respond generously Thanks regions of these leaders, so that we were to go well, the greater the who were going to cut are relied upon, and at the same time, in which all the life of God, the happiness of backgrounds ®, and in time of peace “.
Kushner said administration staffers ceremony were tested first peers, they said they know “risk profile” at this point in the pandemic.
“At the end of the day to figure out how to live our lives Americans,” he said.