On Tuesday, the US president's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner referred to the US peace plan known as the "Century Deal" which is expected to be unveiled in the near future.
"I hope when the two sides consider our plan to say that there are difficult concessions, but these concessions will help us to continue our lives, and I hope that both sides will have the ability to do so," he said.
Kushner's statement came during the "Hundred Influential Personality" Conference organized by American Time magazine. He added, "The peace plan is very detailed, we created it through a discussion with both parties. We are not trying to impose our will, but to create a vision when the parties make serious concessions. Will the plan receive support from the Arab world?"
He added, "The plan is going from the bottom up, that is, it is looking at how to improve the lives of Palestinians and how to make Israel safer."
This time too, President Donald Trump's adviser refused to say whether the plan would include an independent Palestinian state. Kushner confirmed reports published last week that the plan would be published after the holy month of Ramadan.
Kushner said the plan was prepared with the help of people who in the past played important roles in previous negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.