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Israel Condemns Recognition of Palestinian State by European Envoys

Israel has taken a decisive stance against the plans of Ireland, Norway, and Spain to recognize a Palestinian state, summoning their ambassadors to the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem for reprimand.

This move comes amidst escalating tensions over the conflict, with Israel also recalling its own ambassadors from Dublin, Oslo, and Madrid. The decision to recognize Palestine on May 28 by the European countries aims to facilitate a Gaza truce and revive peace talks, but Israel’s opposition underscores the complexity of the situation and the challenges facing negotiations for a two-state solution.