Kushner on Middle East peace deals: 'The people in the region are tired of war'

President Donald Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, 자레드 쿠 쉬너, hailed the US brokered peace treaties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on Tuesday as the beginning ofa new Middle Eastand signaled that the Trump administration is making progress in getting more countries in the region, including Saudi Arabia, to recognize Israel.

His comments came hours after a White House ceremony, dubbed the Abraham Accords, marked the first Middle East White House peace signing in more than two decades.
I think we had a very good breakthrough. What’s happened is in the Middle East, the deals have been so well received. That’s what helped Bahrain go quickly. They saw how well the deal was received in the United Arab Emirates and throughout the Muslim world. The people in the region are tired of war,” Kushner told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer onThe Situation Room.
They’re tired of conflict. 그들은 앞으로 나아가고 싶어합니다, and they see bridging this gap and getting a better understanding between countries as a way to move forward.
    Asked specially about the prospect of Saudi Arabia recognizing Israel, Kushner pointed to Trump’s relationship with the country’s leadership and touteda lot of changesin the last three years.
    Quite frankly, 또한, when we put out our vision for peace you saw the Palestinian leadership reject it before it even came outbefore they knew what was in it,” 그는 말했다.
    So people are getting a little tired with the tactics played by the Palestinian leaders. They want to help the Palestinian people, but they’re not going to allow them to hold back the national interest of all these different countries.
    Trump has praised Kushner for his role in securing the deal to bring the UAE and Israel together to achieve normalization, which entails the establishment of political and economic ties for the first time in both countrieshistories.
    The deal had been announced by 대통령 last month when he told reporters in the Oval Office that he had avery special callwith Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, and that they had agreed to a peace agreement.
    We’re here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict we mark the dawn of a new Middle East,” Trump said earlier Tuesday. “Thanks to great courage of the leaders of these three countries, we take a major stride toward a future in which people of all faiths and backgrounds live together in peace and prosperity.
    아직도, Tuesday’s signing ceremony comes against the backdrop of a still raging coronavirus pandemic as the US approaches 200,000 deaths from the outbreak. Many attendees at the White House event didn’t wear masks or practice social distancing.
    Kushner said administration staffers at the ceremony were tested beforehand and maintained that people know theirrisk profileat this point in the pandemic.
      At the end of the day in America we still have to figure out how to live our lives,” 그는 말했다.
      We’re not going to all lock ourselves in our home because of the pandemic. I think we know a lot more today. We know who is at risk, we know how to mitigate the risk and we’re all going to act accordingly.

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