Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s spokesman announced that the Israeli leader will ask his Cabinet on Sunday to approve his plan to annex parts of Judea and Samaria.

Jonathan Urich made the announcement on Twitter late Tuesday, shortly after Netanyahu joined President Donald Trump for the unveiling of a new U.S. peace plan.

The plan calls for leaving the strategic Jordan Valley and all Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria under Israeli control.

During the plan’s release at the White House, Netanyahu committed to “apply [Israel’s] laws to the Jordan Valley and all settlements in Judea and Samaria,” indicating a declaration of Israeli sovereignty in this region could be immediate and not contingent on conclusion of a peace deal.

At the release, Trump referred to “territorial compromises,” commenting, “We will form a joint committee with Israel to convert the conceptual map into ...

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