In the coming weeks, the next stage of the two-state solution will likely be the implementation of the agreement between the parties, and the Palestinians will have to decide if they want to leave.
In the meantime, the Israeli government has been busy planning to impose some sort of a two-tiered system, with a “one-state” solution, or an “open border” with the Palestinians, with its own “security and settlements” system, as described in a statement published on Thursday by the prime minister’s office.
But the Israeli media is already reporting that it will be “extremely difficult” to implement the agreement, given the ongoing negotiations, particularly given that Israel is trying to negotiate an agreement with the Palestinian Authority.
The agreement was signed in late 2016, and was finalized in the past year.
The PA has been trying to keep the talks on track, but the Israeli-Palestinian agreement is far from perfect.
It includes a separation fence between Israel and the West Bank, and a certain degree of security for Israel in the occupied Palestinian territories, but not a complete separation.
According to a leaked draft of the proposed agreement, the Palestinians want the two sides to be “a border state with the entire West Bank and East Jerusalem,” but the agreement also calls for “a two-level agreement.”
According to the draft, this will mean that Israel will maintain the “security fence” that is already in place and that it is also obligated to establish a “settlement wall” to keep Palestinians from crossing into Israel, though this is not clear.
The deal also calls on Israel to allow the construction of the “settlements,” as well as to transfer the settlers to the West bank, which is considered a “security barrier” that will only be dismantled after all settlers in the West were given citizenship.
The Palestinian Authority has yet to provide any further details on what this “settler” status will entail, or how it will affect the Palestinian population.
The Palestinian negotiators were able to strike a deal with the Israeli prime minister that will make the two states live together, as long as they are “partners” in the peace process.
The Palestinians are not required to live in the same state, though they have been granted “permanent residency” in Israel.
In a statement, PA President Mahmoud Abbas said the agreement will “secure the Palestinian people’s right to live together as a sovereign people” and will “ensure the two peoples are united in their struggle for a just and lasting peace.”
But the Palestinian negotiators, who have been negotiating with Israel for two years, are not satisfied with the agreement and are calling for a new agreement, one that will include a “zero tolerance” policy toward settlements.
The draft agreement is not the only problem for the negotiations.
The parties have not been able to reach a deal on security cooperation, with the PA calling for the implementation “of a comprehensive security coordination system, including an integrated security system, an integrated coordination system and a comprehensive defense system, all with a shared focus on security and security-related matters.”
The PA is also seeking to implement “a comprehensive political and security cooperation agreement,” which will also include “security cooperation, economic cooperation, and humanitarian cooperation, including assistance to the victims of the [Palestinian] military occupation.”
The security cooperation will include security coordination between the PA and the Israeli military.
In response to the PA’s demands, Israel announced on Thursday that it would begin negotiations with the United States to extend the two state solution to the entirety of the West, and that Israel would “open negotiations on extending the two State solution to all of the occupied territories.”
The PA has not yet made any comments on this announcement.
But Palestinian President Mahmoud Darwish has been meeting with US President Donald Trump in New York City, and he has been telling reporters that “the Trump administration and Israel are on the same page.”
The US is also looking to extend its two-State solution to Jordan, which was under Jordanian rule until Jordan was annexed by Israel in 1967.
The US also has agreed to extend to Jordan the same security coordination agreement as Israel and Jordan, and also agreed to establish “security zones” in Jordan, as well.
However, Jordan has not accepted any part of the Israeli security coordination plan and has been reluctant to accept Israeli troops on its territory.
The two countries are also trying to reach an agreement on the Palestinians’ demand that the Palestinian territories be designated as a “special status,” and that they receive some form of “security guarantees” in return.
The Israeli government wants to designate the occupied West Bank as a special status, and has also proposed to create “two-state zones” there.
Israel has also said that it wants the PA to create a “sovereign entity” to serve as the “sole authority over all of Judea and Samaria,” which is currently the Palestinian West Bank.
However, the Palestinian delegation in Washington, D.C., has said that the “so-called sovereign entity” would not serve as