WORLD Palestinian PM says all forms of Israeli annexation "unacceptable"

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Palestinian PM says all forms of Israeli annexation "unacceptable"

Xinhua

10:44, June 25, 2020

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers in Fasayil village in Jordan Valley, on June 24, 2020. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye reiterated on Wednesday that all forms of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank lands are "unacceptable." (Photo by Ayman Nobani/Xinhua)

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers in Fasayil village in Jordan Valley, on June 24, 2020. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye reiterated on Wednesday that all forms of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank lands are "unacceptable." (Photo by Ayman Nobani/Xinhua)

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers in Fasayil village in Jordan Valley, on June 24, 2020. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye reiterated on Wednesday that all forms of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank lands are "unacceptable." (Photo by Ayman Nobani/Xinhua)

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers in Fasayil village in Jordan Valley, on June 24, 2020. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye reiterated on Wednesday that all forms of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank lands are "unacceptable." (Photo by Ayman Nobani/Xinhua)

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers in Fasayil village in Jordan Valley, on June 24, 2020. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye reiterated on Wednesday that all forms of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank lands are "unacceptable." (Photo by Ayman Nobani/Xinhua)

Israeli soldiers aim their weapons at Palestinian protesters during clashes in Fasayil village in Jordan Valley, on June 24, 2020. Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Ishtaye reiterated on Wednesday that all forms of Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank lands are "unacceptable." (Photo by Ayman Nobani/Xinhua)

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