As a loyal supporter of the United States, Israel rarely criticizes Washington. “Russia today” (RT) reported on the 11th that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was disappointed that the plan to annex the West Bank of the Jordan River had reached a deadlock. For this reason, he pointed to the United States and accused Washington of not approving the action. < / P > < p > “the plan was clear from the beginning that sovereignty could only be exercised with the consent of the United States. Otherwise, I would have done it. ” Netanyahu said in an interview with Israel channel 20. He also complained that U.S. President trump is “busy with other things” and that this “issue of importance to Israel” is not Washington’s top priority at the moment. According to the previous agreement, Israel will promote the “implementation of sovereignty” over Jewish settlements in the Jordan Valley and the West Bank from July 1 this year under the so-called “New Middle East peace plan” of the United States, covering about 30% of the West Bank. This plan was immediately opposed by the United Nations, the European Union, Arab countries and other international communities. According to RT, although the White House initially supported Israel’s annexation plan, it is reported that the trump administration has been reluctant to finally approve the plan. Netanyahu also said earlier this month that he was waiting for a signal from Washington to “exercise sovereignty” over the West Bank. < / P > < p > RT indicated that if the annexation plan does not occur in the next few weeks, it may stop indefinitely. But Netanyahu is currently in a budget battle with “alternate” prime minister Benny Ganz. If the budget is not approved by the end of August, Israel will be forced to hold another election, temporarily shelving annexation for the foreseeable future. There are also concerns in Israel that if trump is not re elected in November, they may lose support for the plan. Israel occupied the West Bank and East Jerusalem in the third Middle East war in 1967, and then began to build Jewish settlements in the two places. Palestine insists on the establishment of an independent Palestinian state based on the borders before the 1967 war and with East Jerusalem as its capital.