Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announces that he will give a name to a Golan Heights community after President Donald Trump
- The prime minister said he would name the region after the US president
- Golan Heights was first annexed in 1967 and came under Israeli military control
- In 2017, Trump broke American policy and recognized Jerusalem as the Israeli capital
The Prime Minister of Israel will express gratitude to Donald Trump by appointing a region in the country behind him.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today drew attention to the nation in a YouTube video and revealed that he would call a community or neighborhood in the Golan Heights, a rocky plateau seized from southwestern Syria after the 45th American president.
The announcement comes after President Trump has declared his recognition of Israel's claim to the region north of the country.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will express his gratitude to Donald Trump after calling him a region in the Golan Heights
During his video he said: & # 39 ;, I intend to send a resolution to the government calling for a new Golan Heights community named after President Donald J Trump & # 39;
Prime Minister Netanyahu said in his video: & I'm here on the beautiful Golan Heights.
& # 39; All Israelis were deeply moved when President Trump made his historic decision to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
& # 39; Therefore, I intend to send a resolution to the government after the Easter holidays calling for a new Golan Heights community named after President Donald J Trump. & # 39;
The Israeli prime minister is currently traveling with his family through the mountainous region for the Jewish Easter.
Israel first annexed the Golan Heights in 1967, but the region was never internationally recognized as belonging to the country
In March, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation in which he recognized Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights in the White House in Washington
The US President has signed an order recognizing Golan Heights as Israeli territory in the White House
His calls for a new territory named after the US president comes after the Trump administration, ravaged by tradition, and a proclamation signed in which Israel recognizes the sovereignty over Golan Heights in the White House. March 2019
Israel first annexed the Golan Heights from Syria in 1967 and the region soon fell under Israeli military control.
In 2017, Trump also broke US policy for decades and announced that he recognized Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.