An-Najah News -  The Foreign Minister of Luxemburg, Jean Asselborn, said in an interview with the Deutschlandfunk broadcasting network"The Palestinians, the Palestinian people, who are Arabs, are really caught between the ropes"One can see for quite some time that solidarity with the Palestinians is no longer a priority, especially in the Gulf".

Asselborn decriedthe United Arab Emirates for its recent deal on normalizing its relations with apartheid Israel."Well, it is now being sold in such a way that these annexations on the West Bank are really prevented. 

He also described the country as selling out the Palestinian cause for economic interests.

I agree with the Palestinians when they say that this now means that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and not the capital of Israel and Palestine," he added.

Asselborn reaffirmed his strong support for a two-state solution as the way to achive peace and stability in the Middle East.

"As long as there is no two-state solution I am convinced of that there will be no stability, not even among the Gulf States."