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India's stand on Jerusalem as Israel's capital 'wishy-washy': Omar Abdullah

Trump had on Thursday recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Press Trust of India  |  Srinagar 

A view of Jerusalem's old city is seen on Tuesday.  	photo: pti
A view of Jerusalem’s old city is seen on Tuesday. photo: pti

Former Chief Minister on Thursday termed the Centre's stand on US recognising as Israel's capital a "wishy-washy drivel".

He said that such a move in the past would have drawn strong condemnation from

"There was a time when the Trump Administration move to overturn decades of US policy WRT #Jersualem would have provoked a strong condemnation from India," he said.

"Now all you get is some wishy-washy drivel about India's position determined by our self-interest & not what other countries do. There was a time stood for something," he wrote on Twitter.

President Donald Trump had on Thursday recognised as Israel's capital, reversing decades of US and international policy on the holy city.

First Published: Thu, December 07 2017. 16:25 IST