"Deputy Israeli FM Tzipi Hotovely said that the Israeli government is willing to work with the incoming Trump administration regarding ways to repeal the recent anti-Israel UN Security Council resolution which declared all Jewish presence over the 1949 armistice lines to be illegal.
Hotovely said that 'the recent Security Council decision was very bad and put Israel in a weak position. Incoming President Donald Trump has made clear he does not plan to force agreements on us. Also, he has given us two promises. One is moving the US embassy to Jerusalem and we believe this will lead to other embassies being moved to Jerusalem. The second is the US will veto any anti-Israel matter. For us, this is a big deal.'
She added that the only way to repeal the anti-Israel resolution passed last month was to pass a new resolution at the Security Council which 'recognizes Israel's right to build in the Judea and Samaria regions as long as there is no peace deal' with the Palestinian Arabs..."