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Dozens of former European leaders have called on the European Union to take strong measures against Israel over Tel Aviv's violation of international law, reports say.
The ex-leaders say that further EU-Israel relations should be contingent on Tel Aviv's adherence to international law.
The diplomats have also urged the EU not to accept any unilateral changes to the 1967 borders that Israel made against international law.
Former EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana and former German President Richard von Weizsacker are among the signatories of the letter.
The group is also calling on the European Union to play an effective role in the international arena. It also calls on the EU to refrain from deepening relations with Israel unless Tel Aviv stops settlement activities in the West Bank and East al-Quds (Jerusalem).
The move comes shortly after the US admitted failure in direct talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority over Tel Aviv's settlement policy.
The Israeli rebuff of a conditional freeze on its illegal settlement activities has drawn sharp criticisms even from Tel Aviv's partners.
Originally posted by Expat888
And Israel will carry on as usual committing genocide and crimes against humanity...