Netanyahu: There will be no calm in Gaza and I discussed with Trump the imposition of sovereignty over the Jordan Valley

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday there would be no long-term truce in Gaza as long as rocket fire continued to drip.

Netanyahu said during a meeting in the heads of local authorities in Ashkelon after laying the foundation stone for the construction of 12 factories in the city, that the issue of reaching a long-term truce linked to a full cessation of rocket fire.

"We will put an end to the rocket fire, and we have sudden operational plans," he said.

He touched on the contact between him and US President Donald Trump, pointing out that they talked about Iran and the historical opportunities available in the coming months, such as the imposition of sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and recognition as the eastern border of Israel, and the establishment of a defense alliance with the United States.

He said, "So I made a proposal to Benny Gants and I said to him: Let us recognize these historical opportunities through a unity government will be formed now as proposed." By being prime minister for at least six months in a rotating government.


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