UN to ship deputy envoy to US Mideast peace convention

UNITED NATIONS — After weeks of hesitation, the United Nations introduced Wednesday that it’s sending its deputy Center East coordinator to attend the revealing of the financial part of a brand new US peace plan.

Jamie McGoldrick, who can be the UN’s humanitarian coordinator within the Palestinian territories, will journey to Bahrain for the June 25-26 convention, stated UN spokesman Farhan Haq.

President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has been drafting the long-awaited peace plan that has already been rejected by the Palestinians, who anticipate the proposals to closely favor Israel.

The plan is aimed toward offering financial alternatives for the Palestinians, however Kushner has hinted that it’ll not endorse worldwide requires the creation of a Palestinian state.

A number of UN resolutions have enshrined the two-state answer to the Israeli-Palestinian battle as the trail to a peace settlement.

The Palestinian Authority has already stated it can boycott the Bahrain convention after it reduce ties with the US administration over Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

The United Nations shad support in late Might that it was not planning to ship a consultant to the Bahrain convention.