Israel has got Guyana, Suriname and Jamaica on its side. They will most likely not vote in the UN for a “Palestinian statehood”.
This is the message from Deputy FM Ayalon. He has returned from Organization of American States meetings. He claims “we stopped the [Palestinian] momentum in Latin America.”
A majority of the 35 countries in Latin America are either against recognition of a Palestinian state at the UN in September, or are having second thoughts, Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said Sunday.
Ayalon, who returned over the weekend from attending an Organization of American States (OAS) meeting in El Salvador, told The Jerusalem Post “we certainly stopped the [Palestinian] momentum in Latin America.”
Among the countries which are not expected to support the PA move at the UN in September are Jamaica, Belize, Guyana, Suriname, Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Colombia.
Ayalon said this argument resonated in a number of countries in the region which have had their own border disputes – such as El Salvador and Honduras, Belize and Guatemala, Ecuador and Peru – and are concerned about the precedent that a Palestinian bid at the UN would have on settling other border controversies around the world.
Source: Jerusalem Post
I do not know if it was brandy or chocolate in the bag of Deputy FM Ayalon. But the vote of corrupt regimes of Latin America is surely for sale.
When the FIFA leadership needed voting powers, they gave some cash to gain support from nations like Trinidad of Tobago.
It is also true that Peru has its own border disputes. These disputes should not be settled true wars, but rather true negotiations.
But some border disputes are not solvable. Like the “Arab Palestinian” claim to the mountains of Zion. Their claim is based on lies and cheating.
Lets take a look at the border dispute between Peru and Bolivia:
The border dispute between Peru and Bolivia is simply not solvable. Bolivia has no access to the Pacific Ocean. Still, 4.000 meters up in the Andes mountains there is a Bolivian naval base. Right inside Lake Titicaka. Its the remains of the Bolivian navy, who 150 years ago had based on the Peruvian coastlines.
Its amazing that Bolivian has never accepted that they lost the 1879-1884 war. The Arabs have lost five wars with Israel, and is still not wiling to accept defeat.
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, met today with the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel, Daniel Ayalon