At a Time magazine forum, Kushner said he planned to make the proposal public by the end of 2018, but then Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for early parliamentary elections, in which his party, Likud, won on April 9.
According to the councilor, Netanyahu, very close to Washington, still needs time to form a coalition, and that, he added, can be achieved in the middle of Ramadan, which is why we will publish the plan after its end.
Palestine looks with reservations on the Washington project, taking into account the strong ties it has with Israel and the North American opposition to the emergence of its State.
The Palestinians also rejected Trump's controversial decision to move the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Kushner said the initiative will include investments aimed at boosting the Palestinean economy, and thus, he stressed, improving people's lives.
We address all the principles of the State because you have to do it, but we have also developed a solid business plan for the entire region, he said.
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