British FM calls on US to present Middle East peace proposal
LONDON - Reuters
Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called on the United States on Dec. 6 to present its proposal to revive the Middle East peace process "as a matter of priority."
Before a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at NATO, Johnson said the U.S. decision to move its embassy to
Israel "makes it more important than ever that the long-awaited American proposals on the Middle East peace process are now brought forward," he said.
"That should happen as a matter of priority," he said.