Chinanews, April 8th, a comprehensive report, on the 7th, the US State Department announced that it will resume aid to Palestine, totaling 235 million U.S. dollars.

On the same day, U.S. President Biden stated that the U.S. supports the settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli issue through a "two-state solution."

His statement was criticized by Israel.

  According to reports, the United States will resume the aid to the United Nations Palestine Refugee Agency that was cut off during the former President Trump’s era, and the United States will donate US$150 million to the agency.

In addition, it will provide 75 million U.S. dollars in economic development assistance to the West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as 10 million U.S. dollars for peacebuilding efforts.

  U.S. Secretary of State Brinken said that U.S. aid to Palestine "is a means to advance the negotiation of a two-state solution."

  On the same day, Biden spoke with King Abdullah II of Jordan. The White House stated that Biden confirmed during the call that the United States supports the resolution of the conflict between Israel and Palestine through a "two-state solution."

  The Palestinian Prime Minister stated that Palestine is not only waiting for the restoration of financial assistance, but also hopes to restore political relations with the United States so that the Palestinian people can realize their legal rights.

The Israeli master in the United States stated that he was "disappointed and opposed" to the United States' resumption of assistance to the United Nations agency.

  The "two-state solution" is to establish an independent Palestinian state based on the borders before the third Middle East War in 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital, and coexist peacefully with Israel.

This program is supported by a number of United Nations resolutions.

  Former U.S. President Trump overturned the United States’ long-term support for the “two-state solution”, continuously reduced aid to Palestine, recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and moved the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

During his administration, diplomatic contacts between the United States and Palestine were almost interrupted.